In horse racing and greyhound racing, an ante-post bet is a bet placed before the horse/greyhound racing course’s betting market has opened, and is made on the expectation that the price of the horse/greyhound is presently more favorable than it will be when the course’s market opens.
What are ante-post rules?
In horse racing, an ante-post bet is one placed before the runners are confirmed at the final declaration stage. Because your stake is lost if your horse doesn’t race, the odds and therefore the rewards are often higher.
Do you get best odds on ante-post?
Ante-post markets generally offer better odds than would be available on outright winner markets closer to the start of the event because there are plenty of variables which can ruin your bet – such as a horse withdrawal or injury.
Do you get your money back if your horse doesn’t run?
Answer: If a horse is withdrawn before the race start it is considered a non runner and the stake is returned.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.
What is a Rule 4 deductions?
Rule 4 in horse racing refers to a deduction taken from payouts on a race if a runner/runners are withdrawn after the final declarations are made.
What is the maximum payout from Ladbrokes?
No other sport offers the chance for punters to profit hugely than football. Ladbrokes offer a competitive £1 million maximum payout ceiling across top-level football which includes the English Premier League, Scottish Premiership, EFL, UEFA Champions League and International Football, which includes the World Cup.
What is non runner no bet?
Non Runner, No Bet is a promotion which means if the horse you backed doesn’t run in the race then your stake will be returned to your account.
What is a bet365 cover bet?
Cover Bet 2 Places. The price for the selection to win the race is less than for Win and Each Way markets, but money back if your selection finishes second.
Do you get best odds on Paddy Power?
Paddy Power offer Best Odds Guaranteed on all UK & Irish Horse Racing from 8am on the day of the race. So, if you take a price on a horse and the Starting Price (SP) is bigger we will pay you out at the bigger odds! For Example: If you take a price of 3/1 and the selection wins with an SP of 4/1, we pay you 4/1.
How do you get best odds guaranteed?
Best Odds Guaranteed is a concession or promotion offered by some bookmakers that applies to horse and greyhound racing. It means that when you take an early price or a fixed odds price about your selection for a particular race then if the SP (Starting Price) is greater, you are paid out at the biggest odds.