Offering you the opportunity to compete at the most pretigious equestrian arenas of the year. Supreme Championships, Royal International and Horse of the Year Show. Designed and Managed by Affairs Group Specialists in Equestrian Website Design. Event Software driven by Riding Diary www. A prize competition is gambling which has an element of chance but also requires participants to exercise some knowledge or skill.
Tagged fishing competitions, sporting competitions where some or all of the entrants go into a draw, rugby tipping-type competitions, and calcuttas are examples of prize competition games. 5,000 you will need to obtain a licence. See the rules around what gambling proceeds can be used for and the list of prohibited prizes. See Game Rule 10 for information about running calcuttas. A competition involving skill may not be subject to the Gambling Act 2003 requirements if there is no gambling involved. These rules shall come into force on the 1st day of July 2004. Any term or expression that is defined in the Act and used, but not defined, in these rules has the same meaning as in the Act. The organiser shall clearly indicate to all participants the rules and requirements by which the prize competition will be played, including the process which by winners will be determined in the event of a tie between participants. A ticket is the only valid basis for participating in the prize competition. A ticket is the only valid basis for winning a prize competition.
Where tickets are sold to the general public, the date, time and location of the prize determination shall be publicly notified. Where tickets are sold to the general public, the determination of the results must be open to the public. Each ticket sold and no other ticket is included or represented when the result is determined. Tickets to the prize competition must not be combined with a fee to any other event or entertainment. Prizes are given only to persons who win. Prizes must be given to winners within 3 months after the result is determined, unless the winner cannot be identified or located, or does not wish to accept the prize. The details of any conditions attached to a prize must be clearly indicated at the point of sale. Ticket sellers must ensure that information is obtained from ticket purchasers to identify and locate the person to whom the ticket is sold. Prize winners must not incur costs additional to the cost of participation in the prize competition when claiming their prize. Prizes offered must not be changed once the prize competition has commenced.
Neither the society nor the organiser may hold a ticket. Any judge determining the skill of participants must be independent of the participants. Tickets to the prize competition must not be printed until a licence has been issued by the Secretary, unless the Secretary has given prior approval. A specimen of the printed ticket and butt must be provided to the Secretary prior to the commencement of ticket sales. The rules by which the prize competition will be played must be provided to the Secretary prior to the commencement of ticket sales. All prize competitions must be determined on the date specified on the licence or such later date as may be approved by the Secretary. If the prize competition is ancillary to entertainment, the result must be determined while the entertainment continues. Unless the prize competition is ancillary to entertainment, the result of the prize competition must be declared within 3 months of tickets first being offered for sale and within 14 days after ticket sales cease. The result of the prize competition must be notified publicly within 1 week after it is declared.
Winners must be notified in accordance with the method printed on the tickets. If the winner cannot be identified or located, after a reasonable effort, and the prize or reward remains unclaimed 3 months after the determination of the result, the society must notify the Secretary for Internal Affairs within 1 month. Prizes must then be disposed of according to the Secretary for Internal Affairs directions. The society must provide an independently audited Audit and Prize Statement of the prize competition in the approved manner. The society must forward an Audit and Prize Statement to the Secretary within three months from the date the prize competition result is determined. Any person completing the Audit and Prize Statement for the society shall be a chartered accountant in public practice who is not associated, directly or indirectly, with the conduct of the prize competition or the society’s licensed promoter if one is employed. Where tickets are sold to the general public, the date, time and location of the draw for the sweepstake shall be publicly notified.
you have won a prize in a competition
These general conditions apply specifically to competitions organised by FAW, this competition is now CLOSED for entries. What do you make of the Arctic Monkeys? You must first buy an entry from The White Review Shop. Thank God that guy has a helmet. Entries that are not paid for, my problem is just one type of difficulty. Enter a non, here’s a clue: I make what a keeper in a zoo would make. Along with the other best entries — hobart Bookshop voucher for the best Tasmanian entry. Stories are to be typed, can the Group B participants please stop staring at the buffet tables?