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Chase the clues around Rolex Kentucky and be entered to win over $1,000 worth of prizes
Oxford, PA – In just a couple days the first competitors in the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event will set foot in the well-groomed dressage arenas, embarking on a three-day-long journey to a victory gallop.
During that time, Bit of Britain (BoB) will also launch its Chase the Challenge Kentucky Edition, a four-day-long scavenger hunt which could potentially allot four lucky winners over $1,000 worth of prizes.
How? Starting Thursday, April 26, spectators, competitors, and anyone who’d like to take the challenge, must come by the BoB tent to collect their questionnaire.
There are three ways to obtain the questionnaire: scan the QR code with your smartphone to upload the day’s questionnaire, take a questionnaire, and then recycle it by entering your answers into the kiosk, or take, fill out, and return one of our limited numbers of paper questionnaires.
Each question will lead challengers to participating sponsor tents and they must search each tent for the answers to their questions. Once the questionnaires are complete, they may be submitted via smartphone, entering answers into our kiosk or dropping off the paper documents to a box in the BoB tent.
All questionnaires must be complete and correct to be eligible to win.
The questions will change daily, so people can potentially take the challenge all four days. A winner will be chosen randomly each day at 4 p.m. EST and after the last horse jumps on Sunday.
The lucky winner will be announced via Facebook and Twitter, have an email sent to their provided address, and have their name written on our whiteboard outside the BoB tent.
Winners must claim their loot before the end of the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event, prizes won’t be shipped.*
Participating sponsors include: Charles Owen, The Chronicle of the Horse, Farnam, Hit-Air Equestrian, Horseware Ireland, The Horse Radio Network, Myler Bits, Nunn Finer, Nutrena and Tredstep Ireland.
*Exceptions may apply due to stock quantities and special sizing of certain products/prizes.