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SPORTSMAN'S NOTES

Sportsman's Park News Release

Contact: John Brokopp, 773-242-1121, Ext. 309
jbrokopp@sportsmanspark.com

PLAY THE FREE $5,000 "CHI TOWN CHALLENGE" DURING LIVE SPORTSMANíS PARK THOROUGHBRED RACING SEASON

Sportsmanís Park will bring the fun of an interactive online handicapping contest to horse racing fans nationwide during its live Thoroughbred racing season with the free $5,000 Chi Town Challenge.

The goal of the Chi Town Challenge is to select just one horse in any race on each day of live racing at Sportsmanís Park that you think will finish in the money (1st, 2nd, or 3rd). Select correctly on Day No. 1 and youíll move on to Day No. 2 of the contest and so on. Entrants who fail to correctly select a horse to finish in the money or who fail to make a selection before the deadline of any race day are eliminated from the contest.

The "sudden death" competition will continue every racing day until thereís one person left standing. The handicapper who lasts the longest will receive the only prize: $5,000. The prize money will be divided equally if there is more than one winner. The deadline for making daily selections will be 12:30 p.m. CST every race day. Scratches and changes will be made available at 11:45 a.m. CST every race day. Selections are final. Once you submit your selection you cannot make a change. If a selection is scratched you receive the actual post-time favorite.

To enter the contest people are requested to complete the electronic registration form that will be available at www.sportsmanspark.com starting on February 25, 2002. Sportsmanís Park must receive all registrations by 11:30 a.m. CST on March 4, 2002.

Contestants must provide name, e-mail address, and password. No faxed, electronically mailed, or phoned entries are allowed. One entry per person (regardless of whether one person has more than one e-mail address).

Sportsmanís Park begins the 2002 Chicago thoroughbred racing season on Friday, March 1. The first day of competition for the Chi Town Challenge will be Monday, March 4.

Sportsmanís Park will celebrate its 70th anniversary season in 2002 with a 46-day live racing season starting Friday, March 1, and continuing through Saturday, May 4. Live racing is conducted five days a week, Friday through Tuesday. first race post time is 1:10 p.m.

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