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jimbob23
19 Mar 16 10:36
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Why is market suspended

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By:
Mmid
When: 19 Mar 16 11:14
Was about to ask the same question!
By:
Greg_Gory
When: 19 Mar 16 11:21
gruss wont load it either
By:
HoofArted
When: 19 Mar 16 11:38
Strange.  Odds checker is showing an exchange price for everything except Portway Flyer.  Gremlins maybe?
By:
northanlite
When: 19 Mar 16 11:44
i was about to ask the very same. It's been suspended for well over an hour now
By:
moondan
When: 19 Mar 16 12:06
I have been trying to place a multi since 8 oclock that included this race so its been a minimum of 3 hours.

Surely an explanation is the least required.
By:
ellis
When: 19 Mar 16 12:10
**** have it up but hardly nothing matched
By:
ellis
When: 19 Mar 16 12:11
BDQ
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jimbob23
When: 19 Mar 16 12:49
Up and running now but still don't understand why market was suspended.....something to do with Portway Flyer??
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spyker
When: 19 Mar 16 12:57
Very iffy - I monitored the market from opening i think - as i backed Festive affair yesterday with sly at 2ish and i think PF was blank then but can't be sure. It certainly was not much later and def last night  not a nr just blank prices and i nearly started a thread  last night as the bookies moved it in and it looked like they were up to their old tricks of a nr rule 4 etc but it seems not as it's a runner! Most bizarre.
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jimbob23
When: 19 Mar 16 12:59
Yes PF was blank yesterday never seen that before possibly just a gremlin but plenty of money coming for it.
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spyker
When: 19 Mar 16 17:01
So any word betfair on what was going on in this market perchance? It looks very dodgy to me but I'm sure there's a plausible explanation.........
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