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12 Sep 11 18:32
Date Joined: 02 Aug 11
| Topic/replies: 417 | Blogger: Frankelstein's blog
Cld someone remind me what happens with the Musselbrough N/Rs I had today...

Do they:

a) Keep the figure staked and split it between the remaining bets - effectively raising the stakes on horses that DID run?

b) refund all stakes referring to non-runners and settle the original remaining lines at original stakes?

Had BOTH happen in the past

Ta in advance
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Report Xerophyte September 12, 2011 6:36 PM BST
Stakes returned on any singles or doubles consisting entirely of non-runners. One runner and two non-runners would leave you four stakes on the runner and three void stakes.
Report casmaelscouse September 12, 2011 6:36 PM BST
think the single is a non runner and the rest of the permed bets leave your non runner out?
Report Xerophyte September 12, 2011 6:40 PM BST
Maybe if you stated exactly what the bet was we could give you some more specific opinion.
Report dunlaying September 12, 2011 7:27 PM BST
Report Frankelstein September 12, 2011 8:03 PM BST
EW Patent

A non-runner Musselborough
B winner Kempton
C Placed Kempton

Reading your advice, Is this below correct?


A = void - stake returned?
B = win
C = lose
AB = win single? or does the n/r count as something else?
AC = lose
BC = lose
ABC = lose


A - void - stake returned?
B - place
C - place
AB - place single?
AC - place single?
BC - place double
ABC - place double??

Ta for helps

Report Xerophyte September 12, 2011 9:37 PM BST
1 stake e.w void, so 2 stakes returned.
2 stakes e.w. on each, which gives you a win return and two place returns, for double stakes.
2 stakes e.w. double, which gives a place double for double stakes.
Your breakdown is correct.
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