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mal 1
28 Sep 10 23:35
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if i wrote cue card @ sp - supreme novices £50 win

and it wasnt running would i get my cash back ??

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By:
ilikewavingatbuses
When: 29 Sep 10 01:28
no!
By:
Howdi
When: 29 Sep 10 07:24
you would if it won any other cheltenham race by over 4 lengths
By:
davescrazy
When: 29 Sep 10 09:13
odd question,ante post is all about the price,so if yr not taking the price,its the same as doing it on the day so id think it should be a non runner
By:
saxon farm
When: 29 Sep 10 09:16
Definitely money back, and don't let anyone tell you any different.
By:
CVByrne
When: 29 Sep 10 11:59
You lose your bet if the horse does not run in the race you bet on him for. That is the point of ante post betting, getting higher odds on a horse with the added risk he might not turn up out his odds might lengthen.

Also don't back long run for the gold cup as you will lose your ante post bet in that scenario when he runs in the Ryanair.
By:
davescrazy
When: 29 Sep 10 13:08
cv , hes backing the horse at sp, wouldnt that change the ante post rule? surely mal1 isnt getting any extra's from wanting to punt a horse at sp for a race in march , it could be 10/1 now but sp could be 6/4
By:
saxon farm
When: 29 Sep 10 14:43
cv.  Any bet at SP is money back for a non runner, Sir.
By:
CVByrne
When: 29 Sep 10 17:03
Sorry got confused by the daftness of the question. Thought he was just a newbie to racing asking about antepost rules.

Why would you not put your money in a savings account until the day and then back at sp.
By:
davescrazy
When: 29 Sep 10 17:33
i guess he aint got the bottle to lump it on in 1 go, but if he has 20 x £50 wins on , it dont seem the same , if you understand what i mean,,
By:
revedesivola
When: 29 Sep 10 19:42
cant understand why any1 would place an antepost sp bet now. if you think your going to lose the cash though why not i suppose!
By:
CVByrne
When: 29 Sep 10 19:43
Still you can just put it all into an account earn interest, then lump it all on. But I get what you mean.
By:
revedesivola
When: 29 Sep 10 19:46
youd want to be quite unsure of your ability to restrain yourself to do it though!
By:
ben10
When: 29 Sep 10 23:38
Can only assume he'd do it as part of an acca? If no sp is returned about your selection then it is void fwiw.
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