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Daily Top Up Trebles

You're betting on: whether three named horses will win/place their respective races

  • Place Trebles will be settled in accordance to the place terms for each individual race.
  • If any of the selections are non runners bets will be settled as an SP double / single.

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Daily Accumulators

You're betting on: whether the named horses/favourites will win/place their respective races

  • Place Accumulators will be settled in accordance to the place terms for each individual race.
  • If any of the selections are non runners bets will be settled as an SP accumulator on the remaining selections.
  • If any of the selections is subject to a Dead Heat, bets will be settled as an SP accumulator with Dead Heat rules applied

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Daily Favourites

You're betting on: a specified number of favourites winning/placing at a specified meeting

  • Place Favourites markets will be settled in accordance to the place terms for each individual race at the meeting.
  • If there are joint or co-favourites the favourite will be the horse with the lowest racecard number.
  • If any favourite is withdrawn and no market is reformed. The favourite will be the 2nd favourite with the lowest racecard number.
  • For fields of 4 runners or less the favourite must win the race for place purposes.
  • If a meeting is abandoned bets will be void, unless the specified number of favourites have already won/been placed.

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Double Chance

You're betting on: either of two named horses winning a specified race

  • If either selection is a non runner the market will be settled as an SP single on the remaining runner.

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Jockey Markets

You're betting on: a named jockey to ride a win/place accumulator at a specified meeting

  • If any non runners mean a jockey does not have enough rides to complete the multiple, the Jockey Markets will be settled as an SP win/place single/multiple on the jockey’s remaining ride(s).
  • The place market will be settled in accordance to the place terms for each individual race.
  • For other Jockey Multiples involving specified races, a price will be offered on a jockey winning (or being placed) in all the specified races.
  • If a jockey is awarded a race due to there being a walkover, it will not be counted towards their total for the meeting as far as this market is concerned.

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Cross Card Jockey Markets

You're betting on: named Jockeys both / all to ride doubles / trebles at their specified meetings.

  • If a meeting is abandoned the market will be settled as a single / double on the remaining jockeys unless the jockey has already ridden the specified number of winners at the abandoned meeting.
  • The market will be settled using the last available price for the respective Jockeys prior to the start of the meeting. 

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Trainer Markets

You're betting on: a named trainer to have a win/place accumulator at a specified meeting

  • If any non runners mean a trainer has runners in only one race the trainer accumulator market will be settled as an SP win/place single on his remaining runners.
  • The place market will be settled in accordance to the place terms for each individual race.
  • For other Trainer Accumulators involving specified races a price will be offered on a trainer winning (or being placed) in all the specified races.
  • If there are any non runners Trainer Accumulators will be settled as an SP win / place accumulator on the trainers remaining runners.

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Meeting Winning Distances

You're betting on: the total winning distances at a specified meeting being above, below or between quoted brackets, e.g. 9 to 10 Lengths etc.

  • The winning distance in a race will be the officially declared distance between the first two horses past the post that have completed the race, followed the correct course and carried the correct weight.
  • Race Winning Distance classifications: A 'Nose' = 0.05, A 'Short Head' = 0.1, A 'Head' = 0.2 and A 'Neck' = 0.3
  • The Maximum distance per race is 12 Lengths for Flat Racing and 30 for National Hunt Racing
  • In the event of a walkover, 5 lengths will be awarded for a flat race, 12 lengths for a national hunt race (incl. national hunt flat races)
  • Where no official result is declared e.g all horses fail to complete 5 lengths will be awarded for a flat race and 12 for a national hunt race.
  • If a meeting has 1 or more races abandoned or declared void, then all bets will be void unless a winning market has already been established, in which case bets will stand.
  • We may also quote accumulators over a specified number of meetings on a given day - above or below a quoted line. If any of the specified meetings are abandoned bets will be void unless a winning market has already been established, in which case bets will stand.
  • If any of the specified meetings are abandoned, bets will be settled as accumulators on the remaining meeting at the quoted line unless a winning market has already been established at the abandoned meeting, in which case bets will stand.

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Race Winning Distances

You're betting on: the winning distance of a named race being above, below or between quoted brackets, e.g. 1 to 2 lengths etc.

  • The winning distance in a race will be the officially declared distance between the first two horses past the post that have completed the race, followed the correct course and carried the correct weight.
  • Race Winning Distance classifications: A 'Nose' = 0.05, A 'Short Head' = 0.1, A 'Head' = 0.2 and A 'Neck' = 0.3
  • The Maximum Make Up is 12 Lengths for Flat Racing and 30 for National Hunt Racing
  • Should only 1 horse finish a race then the winning distance will be settled with only the over winning distance band as a winner with the remaining selections settled as losers.
  • In the event of a walkover, all bets will be void
  • Where no official result is declared e.g all horses fail to complete, all bets will be void.

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Horse Winning Distances

You're betting on: the winning distance of a named horse being above, below or between quoted brackets, e.g. 1 to 2 lengths etc.

  • If the named horse does not win, all bets will be settled as losers.
  • If the result is a dead heat, then the winning distance is classed as 0
  • Race Winning Distance classifications: A 'Nose' = 0.05, A 'Short Head' = 0.1, A 'Head' = 0.2 and A 'Neck' = 0.3
  • The Maximum Make Up is 12 Lengths for Flat Racing and 30 for National Hunt Racing

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TV Special Markets

You're betting on: a wide range of similar markets to ones detailed above, all of which will be based only on races shown live on terrestrial TV (Channel 4 or BBC)

  • All TV markets will be governed by their respective rules detailed above.

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