Woodbine Inc. Holds Annual Bet Dividend

Once again, Woodbine Entertainment continues its tradition of offering the Standard Bread Jackpot Hi-5 every year. 파친코 The company most recently announced on December 23, 2021 that it would be paying a prize worth CA$454,917.91 at Woodbine Mohawk Park in Milton. The payment will be given early as a Christmas gift to horse athletes.

In order for the horsemen to participate in the Jackpot Hi-5 game, they must select the top five people in the race while also listing them in the correct order. You can only receive a full prize if you have one winning ticket for the bet. If there are multiple winning tickets, half the prize money will be added to the carryover.

Currently, after a racing card on Monday, December 13, 2021, the jackpot Hi-5 carryover is currently at $454,917.91. Participants will have one more chance to win the main prize before Woodbine Entertainment conducts pre-Christmas payments. Betting will be suspended after the Dec. 16 racing card on Thursday’s track to prepare for Dec. 23 mandatory payments.

Over the past few years, jackpot high-5 bets and mandatory dividends have become quite a tradition for Woodbine Entertainment. The game has accumulated a large betting pool while providing strong dividends that come in time for the winter holiday. If you have multiple winning tickets, you will earn half of the money and the remaining 50% will be transferred to the next round in carryover.

Mandatory payments award a full carryover in addition to all the new money paid to the game to those who correctly guess the top five finishers in order. The game has at least 0.20 Canadian dollars and 15% takeaways. The company has also notified that racing will continue every Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. at Woodbine Mohawk Park.

Previously, Woodbine Entertainment announced that this year’s winter series at Woodbine Mohawk Park will have even more races. The already familiar Niagara, Valedictory, Blizzard, Snowhoe, Wine & Roses, and Family Day will be joined by four new races. The recently added series will be an Ontario-4 year old, and a pair of claims series for Ontario boys and girls.

Also, last week, the horse racing leader finished the Surbreed Live Racing season at Woodbine Race Track. The company reported all-source handles at $505,348,339 CA, the third-highest total in a season during track operations. This was mostly due to the highest foreign betting handle ever at CA$42666,755. The season ended on December 5, 2021, with a total of 99 days due to a delayed start.

Jim Lawson, CEO and president of the horse racing company, said the company’s plan to expand its brand across North America has been on the agenda over the past few years. According to him, he is very happy with the results that can now be seen as the third highest overall source handle at over CA $500 million at Woodbine Racetrack.

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