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03 Oct 14 13:14
Date Joined: 14 Dec 10
| Topic/replies: 3 | Blogger: Arbu's blog
Anyone able to point me to some statistics on how often horses start, but fail to finish races? Both flat and National Hunt.

I understand that bets on such horses stand (and naturally settle as losers). This means that, in spreadbetting, on say a three horse race where the index is 50-25-10, it's possible for a horse to settle as zero if it fails to finish. So the theoretical prices for the three horses should add up to less than 85 because of this risk. But I don't have any handle on how much less.

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