Win Two Kentucky Derby & Kentucky Oaks Tickets with Horse Races NOW App

8 Apr

Lexington, Kentucky – The chance to win a finish line view of the 2014 Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks is being offered to race fans everywhere by one of the country’s leading horse trainers, Kenny McPeek. Fans can go to the app website to win two third floor clubhouse seats to the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby races Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3. The tickets to the clubhouse, undercover and right in front of the finish line, are among the best seats available to view the ‘Race for the Lilies’ and the ‘Run for the Roses.’

All contestants have to do to enter is share news about the contest on social media or via email. The winner will be announced on Monday, April 28, 2014. Horse Races NOW will present the winner with third level clubhouse passes for the Kentucky Oaks race on May 2, and for the Kentucky Derby on May 3.

Contestants can enter once a day between now and April 28. The winners will share the same experience in watching the famed Derby as experienced by the top owners and trainers in the sport.

The Derby/Oaks clubhouse tickets contest is being conducted by McPeek as part of his overall campaign to generate interest in horse racing among sports fans. Part of that campaign includes the introduction earlier this year of the Horse Races NOW app for iPhone and Android platforms.

“Anyone can download Horse Races NOW free and within minutes can be watching live video from 45 tracks in North America,” says McPeek.

Users of the Horse Races NOW app have access to more than 45 racetracks in North America and internationally from Meydan Racecourse in Dubai. Live and replay video is available in the palm of the user’s hand on iPhones, iPads, iPod touch and Android devices worldwide.

For a complete list of Terms and Conditions for the contest, please visit the Horse Races NOW website. The app was developed by Kenny McPeek and Sue McPeek. Kenny McPeek is owner of Magdalena Farm in Lexington, Kentucky and a highly-respected horse trainer.

Horse Races NOW offers a full complement of live racing feeds, race replays, current news and handicapping tools. Features of this amazing app include:
* Overnight entries for upcoming races
* Streaming live video and audio from participating North American racetracks
* Results, charts and payoffs delivered quickly
* Immediate Race Replays, going back two years in time
* Ability to follow your favorite racetracks, horses, trainers and jockeys
* Push Notifications on your favorites, so you never miss a race again
* Search engine to find race replays from participating North American racetracks
* Share racing information via e-mail or Facebook
* Easy access to your favorite ADW
* Convenient links to Equibase PP’s, Ragozin Sheets and NTRA racing schedule
* Live and archived radio from Horse Racing Radio Network
* Live horse sales from Fasig-Tipton and Keeneland

The app can be personalized so users can choose to receive alerts to their devices on entry, call to post, at the gate, results, replay and chart, and workout notifications.

The app features more than 45 participating tracks across the USA including: Aqueduct Racetrack, Belmont Park Racetrack, Keeneland Race Track and Saratoga Race Course to name a few. The app has been well received and has earned a solid rating of 4.5 stars out a possible 5 stars on iTunes by more than 1,100 reviewers who agree it’s “The Coolest Horse Racing App Ever!”

Horse Races NOW does include links to the top wagering firms for anyone 18 and older wanting to place a bet. “But the main function of this app is not to wager but for instant, hands-on information for those who love horse racing,” adds McPeek. “Because it is not a wagering device it can be downloaded by all ages.”

About Kenny McPeek:
Kenny McPeek, Founder and CEO of McPeek Racing, was raised in Lexington, Kentucky where he discovered a love of horses early in life. After graduating from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Business Finance, McPeek obtained his trainer’s license in 1985 and now manages his own 160-horse stable. His selections like Curlin, Einstein (BRZ), Repent, Take Charge Lady and Tejano Run, to name just a few, have earned him the respect of fellow horsemen. He has won over 140 stakes races, including the Belmont and Travers Stakes, has more than 1,200 winners earning more than $50 million in purses. McPeek has been a leading trainer at Keeneland and Churchill Downs on multiple occasions.

About Sue McPeek:
Sue McPeek grew up in a career military family and is a graduate from Colorado State University. Her love for horses drew her to the racing industry, where she worked at both the farm and racetrack divisions for William S. Farish’s Lane’s End Farm, as a professional showman for Three Chimney’s Farm, and as a respected freelance equine photographer. Sue played a supporting role in McPeek Racing for years, and she is currently licensed to sell equine insurance at Lavin Insurance Services. She and Kenny were recognized in 2002 for enhancing coverage of thoroughbred racing through their cooperation with the media and Thoroughbred racing publicists by receiving the prestigious Big Sport of Turfdom Award. She is a supporter of finding new careers for retired racehorses and believes that Horse Races Now can be a vehicle for “giving back” to them in the future.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 7.3 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Hore Races NOW 1.0.16 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Sports category. It can also be downloaded from Google Play for Android users.

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