Survive and win in the Meadowlands Survival Challenge

East Rutherford, NJ — The always popular Meadowlands Winter Meet Survival Challenge, powered by 123Racing, returns Jan. 4, 2019. Cash prizes and World Harness Handicapping Championship presented by DerbyWars seats are up for grabs in this free online competition.

TrackMaster will provide Platinum Past Performances for each night of the contest. The game covers the Meadowlands Winter Meet and concludes on March 30, 2019.

The winner is determined by the highest total bankroll at the end of the challenge based on a $2 “across the board” wager (win, place and show) on selections for three designated races each program.

However, to continue in the game, entrants have to “survive” by finishing in the money (first through third) with at least one of their selections each day. Failing to do so or not making selections knocks the player out of the game. To aid in the player’s survival, a “lucky horseshoe” is given. The lucky horseshoe is a free pass given to all challenge participants that allows the player to survive if he or she does not make selections for a race card or if all three of his or her selections fail to hit the board.

The grand prize is $1,000 and entry into the 2019 WHHC, second prize is $500 and a 2019 WHHC spot, and third prize is $250 and a 2019 WHHC spot. A $250 prize will be awarded to the entrant who selects the most winners through the challenge.

The free contest is open to legal residents of the United States and Canada 18 years and older, and all selections must be made through the format provided on the Survival Challenge website. No selections will be accepted by phone, fax, email or any other means. TrackMaster Platinum Past performances for the three designated races will be provided through the game board.

The deadline for selections each day is 30 minutes before 7:15 p.m. post time for each night’s first race. After 30 minutes to post, all selections are final.

To login or to register as a first-time player, visit

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