Horse Racing Rules

Horse Racing Rules

  1. Horse racing bets made within the sportsbook section of the site (Under the “Sportsbook” navigation tab) are fixed odds bets.
  2. Horse racing bets made within the racebook section of the site (Under the “Racing” tab) are settled based on the pari-mutuel (tote) odds.
    1. The racebook section offers betting the day before and the day of the race, however, all bets within the racebook are settled as if they were placed on the day of the race.
    2. If you wager on a horse that is coupled with one or more horses, your wagers include all horses under the said number. If one of your entries is scratched but another horse runs, your wager has action.
  3. All horse racing futures have action up until the final declaration (post draw) for the race.
    1. If a horse does not run in the race, all wagers placed on that horse will be graded as a loss.
  4. For wagers placed after the post declaration, scratched horses will be graded as “No Action”.
    1. Exacta/Trifecta/Superfecta/Quinella Combos that contain the scratched horse will be refunded.
    2. For Daily Doubles, Pick 3, Pick 4 and Pick 6’s, if a horse is scratched before any leg a consolation prize will be paid on that combo, as specified by the track. If the track does not pay a consolation, wagers with these combinations will be refunded accordingly.
  5. All wagers placed on Walkovers/Void Races will be graded “No Action”
  6. When a horse withdraws from a race, after the post positions have been selected, all wagers on that horse will be graded as “No Action”
  7. If a race or meeting is postponed to another day and overnight declarations stand (meaning the race is not reopened), then all bets stand. If the overnight declarations do not stand, all wagers will be graded “No Action”
  8. Head to Head wagering will on occasion be offered for Graded Stakes races. Both horses must start the race for wagers to have action. If either horse withdraws before the start of the race, all wagers will be graded “No Action”.
  9. The dead heat rule will be applied for any race where two or more horses finish in a tie. In horse racing, a dead heat occurs when 2 or more horses cross the finish line simmultaneously. In races that end in a dead heat, the stake would be divided by the number of horses in the tie.
  10. We reserve the right to change, modify, add, or remove customers from our Horse Rebate Program at any time.
  11. The official track result will be used to grade all races.
    1. Stewards inquiries that change the result of the race are deemed the official result.
    2. In the event of an appeal, any decision that results from the appeal will not be recognized for wagering purposes.
  12. There is a maximum net profit on each individual race based on the tracklist.
  13. If a track is not listed on the tracklist, the maximum net profit defaults to $1000 per race.
  14. Any attempt to play negative pool hedges will result in account suspension.
  15. The time a wager is accepted will always be compared to the off time provided by the track (seconds are taken into consideration) and graded accordingly. If a wager is accepted after the race has begun it will be cancelled and refunded.

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