Paddy’s Pick 5: You could win our next £/€25k jackpot on Saturday

Another mega jackpot is up for grabs in our FREE to enter Racing competition.

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One lucky punter is very glad they took their time to play Paddy’s Pick 5 because they are now £25,000 better off after last Saturday’s game threw up some nice-priced winners. (below) 

And Paddy’s digging deep again this Saturday, with £/€25k up for grabs but not before he kicks off  the four-day York Ebor Festival that starts on Wednesday with a daily £/€10k prize from Wednesday to Friday.

Did we mention it was free? It literally costs nothing to enter!

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Saturday’s August 13 crucial results were as follows:

And just one punter picked all five winners, so all £/€25,000 will land in their lucky hands thanks to DUCKY MALLON victory in the 17:50 at the Curragh – what a result!

And we’ll do it all again next week at York as we roll toward Saturday’s jackpot!

To be in with a chance, just select the winner in each of the selected races for Wednesday August 17 and you could bag the big prize. If there’s more than one winner – then the winnings will be split.

Not sure who to pick? Paddy’s got your back as we’ve got some serious horse racing tips each and every day on Paddy Power News with insight, expert analysis and best guesses from our racing experts.

Along with our pal last weekend we also saw SIX lucky punters shared a prize pot of £/€25k – all bagging a cool £/€4,166 each.

Paddy’s Pick 5 is available for new and existing customers with registered Paddy Power accounts in Ireland and the UK, aged 18 or over.

Customers can only qualify once for each draw and prizes will be paid out within 72 hours of the game ending.

The ever-thrilling Ts&Cs can be found here and you must submit your entries before the first race of Paddy’s Pick 5 is off.

Good Luck!

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