The “six-five favourites” rule came to horse racing

Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestockof, “Horse racing pool betting rulesRegulations Amending the Law” was published in the Official Gazette and entered into force.

Thus, horses running from the same owner and horses belonging to the same owner, their brothers and sisters, their spouses and children and declared wingers in the official program at the written request of the owners of horses participating in the same race, each race constituting the the legs of six-legged ganyan are defined by the multiple. The most played horse will be the favorite of six-legged ganyan.

No joint betting is allowed. Participants will be required to take delivery of the ticket leaving the terminal from the operator, paying the participation fee in cash from the terminal to the fixed distributors and to the racetrack toll booths. The betting game showing that each dealer will receive the dealer’s fixed net premium after deduction of withholding tax in accordance with applicable law, the amount of sales, cancellation, refund, ticket profit payment and the amount to be deposited in the remaining racing institution after the dealer’s net fixed premium amount is deducted from the turnover, he will have to obtain his weekly report from the database of the system of the establishment of race.

In the daily racing schedule, in races which are announced to include triple ganyan, four second, five run, seventh, odd “n” and “n” place games, in races which do not coincide with the foot of the le six-point game, the game of ganyan is also used to determine the horse with the most winnings will be compulsory.

Six-way favorite rule

In the series that make up the six-man game of the three-, four-, five-point, seven-seven, “n” odd and “n” places games, the six-point favorite rule will be valid, and the maximum number of wins will be valid in runs that do not coincide with the foot of the six-point game. In race programs on which more than one six-point match is held, the six-point winner will be determined separately for each six-point match and will be announced by the race facility after the first end of those games.
Also, in races of the aforementioned common bet types that do not coincide with the second game of the six winners, the six-point favorite rule will be valid in the first data of the best six, not the horse with the most wins.

If one or more of the horses declared to race in races where all other types of betting are included, excluding win and double bets of the relevant games, do not race, the notion of wingman for only the emerging horse(s) will be eliminated, and in place of this horse(s), the six-point winner will be played.

If one or more of the horses entered in the races does not participate in the race, three-horse, four-horse, five-point, six-point, seventh-seven, “n” odd and “n” places, these horses or horses are substituted for the races that make up the game of six runners-up. If there is, the horse(s) declared the winner by six points will be deemed to have been played on the horse(s) on which the most prize money has been sold.

Returns and Transfers

If one or more of the horses entered in a race do not participate in the race, if the other horses in the race are entered on the same wing, then this race will be closed for sale for the winner, place, double, double right and placing joint double bet types and stake paid for horses and horses out. Fees will be refunded. In the double bet game, this application will be valid for the run which constitutes the first leg of the double bet.

In the event of cancellation of the races by the College of Sporting Stewards due to force majeure or decision to organize them on another day, the request to be made for the costs of participation in the common bet will be announced in the official publications of the establishment. race. .

In the event that no one has played in the groups of winning horses in the three-horse, quadruple, five-point, six-point, seventh, “n” odd and “n” place games, the amount to be distributed will be transferred to the same match at the same racetrack on the next race day, but the next race to which the transfer amount will be transferred. In the event that there is more than one split bet type in the race program of the racetrack in question on the day of the race, the amount to be distributed will be transferred to the last of this common bet type.
In a mixed racing program consisting of the combination of all or part of the races contested at more than one national or international racecourse within the same racing program, the winner of the triple wins, four wins, five wins, six wins, seven wins, “n” single games and “n” places If no one has played in the groups of horses, the amount to be distributed will be carried over to the same game of the next national race.

On the other hand, if there is more than one domestic race schedule and the same common bet on the next domestic race day to which the rollover amount will be transferred, the rollover amount will be transferred to the last of that type of common bet in the last race program.

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