More winners for "Pacing For Purpose"
Two more Show Day collects have added to the SENZ radio punting competition, “Pacing For Purpose”.
Every week four separate shows on the sports network spend $50 on harness racing meetings of their choice, with the proceeds going to their charities.
The Drive Time hosts of Stephen Donald, Kirstie Stanway and Rikki Swannell lead the way so far, with a total of $505 for their charity, the Whanake House Charitable Trust that helps young adult with disabilities.
On Friday, Mornings host Ian Smith got a $90 return on the record-breaking Sundees Son who dominated Friday’s Dominion, while the Afternoon host Mark Stafford picked up $72 with his investment on Romeo Shard.
The radio personalities make their choices every Thursday or Friday depending on what meetings they have selected, and then there’s the tally up (complete with bragging rights) that follow.
Tune in to SENZ to hear their next selections, and don’t forget to listen to the Kiwi harness racing show “Trots Talk” hosted by Michael Guerin and Greg O’Connor every Sunday from 12 – 1 pm.
Run in conjunction with Harness Racing New Zealand, the “Pacing For Purpose” campaign will run through till the end of January.