3. NON-RUNNERS / NON-PARTICIPANTS AND VOID SELECTIONS. When a selection is made void or does not run, then in single bets the stake will be returned. In accumulative bets the stake will run on to the remaining selection(s) with a two-leg parlay becoming a straight, a three-leg parlay becoming a two-leg parlay and so on.
When special bets are offered grouping more than 3 players together over 18 holes (e.g. 7-ball, 9-ball, etc) dead-heat rules apply. Non-runner no-bet. Deductions in line with Tattersalls' Rule 4(c) will apply. Dead Heat In a DEAD HEAT for a place the stake money on a selection is divided by the number of runners involved in the dead heat.
4. In the event of non-runners, William Hill may remove the availability of a certain Pick Your Places market. 5. Rule 4’s will apply in the event of non-runners. Rule 4 deductions will be based on the standard win/EW market price at the time of withdrawal. Please see ‘Rule 4 deductions explained’ here for further Rule 4 information. 6.
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By Jon Lees 5:35PM, JAN 27 2017. William Hill launched a Cheltenham Festival insurance offer yesterday, guaranteeing money back on festival non-runners or a free bet if the horse is switched to a different race at the meeting. The bookmaker became the first to offer an ante-post non-runner concession, available across all channels, on every race at the festival.
If one of the horses selected in a tricast becomes a non-runner then the bet becomes a forecast on the remaining two selections. If two of the selected horses become non-runners then the bet will be settled as a single on the remaining selection. Non-runners in an exacta or trifecta will be void.8 Nov 2017.
Walkovers and void races count as races but any selection involved will be treated as a non-runner. Where a race has been declared a no-race and is re-run, all bets will stand for the Horses that take part in the re-run but single bets may be cancelled by mutual agreement up until the revised off time.
With horse racing accumulators, if your bet includes six horses to win and one is eventually declared a non-runner, the accumulator is downgraded from a six-fold bet to a five-fold bet, with your potential winnings downgraded to the combined odds of the remaining five selections.
For simplicity,2 selections in 3 races = 2times 2 times 2 = 8 bets. You still have 8 bets,and if you have 2 winners in other races and one non runner and a loser in the other you have a winning treble,which is in reality a double on 2 winners going on to the non runner at no price. Non Runners in Your Tote Bets.