Important Notice to Entrants
Hot Spot Car Race
The first Hot Spot Car Race is just around the corner and will take place on 23 December 2017 from a distance of approximately 160km.
Remember, only entered, that is pigeons that the entry fee has been paid for, qualify for prizes in any of the run up competitions in the Hot Spot Car Races.
Dont wait, enter your reserve pigeons now, you can't loose. Should a paid reserve go missing and not return, and there is no replacement available, $1000 of the entry fee is refunded after thge main race provided it has not won any prize money.
Also, remember that for the Knock Out Competition Round One, only entered pigeons that are BASKETED for the first Hot Spot Car Race qualify for this competition.
Please notify the administration of any payments and activations that you want to do so that we can activate the correct pigeons before the Hot Spot Car Race. Proof of payment needs to be received before Saturday for pigeons to qualify.
The Country Challenge
Remember to enter your paid pigeons into this separate competition before the first Hot Spot Car Race, entries will only be accepted until the Friday before the third Hot Spot so dont wait too long to enter your pigeons.
How does it work?
All paid pigeons into the South African Million Dollar Pigeon Race can be entered into this competition at a non-refundable entry fee of $120 per pigeon up until liberation of the third Hot Spot Car Race; no entries will be accepted after this.
Pigeons will compete under the country flag for which they are flying in the South African Million Dollar Pigeon Race. $10 of the entry fee will be retained by ASI for expenses and administration and the balance will be paid out as follows:
Hot Spot Car Races 1 to 4
Three prizes per Hot Spot Car Race of $125, $75 and $50 will be paid to the first three pigeons per country entered into the Country Challenge.
Fifth Hot Spot Car Race
$70 from every entry will be added to the starting prize money of $250 for the Country Challenge. All the prize money will be paid out to the first three Country Challenge entered pigeons in a ratio of 50%, 30% and 20% per country. The web site will have a constantly updated listing of these prizes as well as a list of which pigeons are competing for the prize money per country.
Country Challenge Main Race
Each country competing in the Country Challenge will be given $200 starting prize money and $40 from each Country Challenge entry fee goes to this "winner takes all" prize which will be awarded to the first Country Challenge pigeon per competing country in the South African Million Dollar Pigeon Race for that country.
May we take this opportunity to wish all of our entrants the best for the upcoming races.
SAMDPR Administration Team