Prize winner `over the moon' at windfall.
He shared the windfall with his two brothers, James and Michael.
Peacock, 67, a retired British Aerospace machinist from Whitefield, Manchester, said: "We agreed that if any one of us should win we would share the prize, and I'm over the moon.
"I've been a racing enthusiast for 40 years and love to have a bit of an interest at weekends."
To enter the weekly draw, punters have to answer three sports-related questions. Entry forms are available from the Racing Post or in Ladbrokes branches.
Tom Peacock receives his cheque from shop manager Gerry Adelman and deputy manager Karen Benjamin at Ladbrokes' Whitefield branch in Manchester on Saturday
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Jul 2, 2001|
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