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Withdrawn Horse

by Colin Mulholland

Withdrawn Horse

Withdrawn Horse

The horse I bet on was withdrawn; is this the same as a non runner?

Answer: If a horse is withdrawn before the race start it is considered a non runner and the stake is returned.

However if the horse comes under starters orders and then refuses to race you lose your stake.

If your bet was an ante post bet and the horse is subsequently withdrawn before the race, you will also lose your stake.

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Jan 13, 2017
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Withdrawn horses a con
by: Allan Fleming

Basically if you put a horse on and it gets withdrawn even though it never got into the stall you lose your money. How can this be a fair bet when your horse doesn't even start the race.Its a joke the betting industry is getting away with this con .Everyone who put the withdrawn horse on even if it's under orders you should get at least your money back .as this means if it's the favourite you've selected on a placepot for example your beat as there isn't a favourite in the race. Surely the fair way would be the lowest price horse in the rest of the runners would become favourite but apparently there's no favourite a pure con that makes me sick .

Mar 30, 2014
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withdrawn horse
by: norm

How do we know if a withdrawn horse is under
starters orders if I did not see the race?

Answer: If you check the results on the Racing Post website it will state whether the horse was withdrawn.

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