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WIN: A family ticket to Cheltenham's other festival - Cocklebarrow Races

Experience the thrill of jump racing - just a short gallop from Cheltenham Racecourse.

In partnership with the organisers of the event, Punchline is giving you a chance to bring the whole family along to Cocklebarrow Races this Sunday, 27 January.

The prize is a family car pass, which will grant you free entry for the day. To enter, fill in the simple form below.

What promises to be the perfect cure to those January blues, more than 2,000 people are expected attend Cocklebarrow, which has quickly become one of the most popular meetings of the amateur racing season.

Complete with top-quality racing, pony racing, indoor picnic facilities and food hall, a licenced bar alongside lots of family fun.

The event opens at 9am, with the last race at 3.30pm. It is held near Cocklebarrow Farm, Cheltenham, GL54 3PP and sits between the A40 / A429 (Fosse Way) and B4425 (Bibury <> Burford Road).

For more details, visit www.cocklebarrowraces.com or click here  for 20% off tickets.

Competition closes at midnight, Thursday 24 January 2019.

Standard competition terms and conditions apply.  

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