What happens to a yankee bet with a non-runner? If a Yankee includes a non-runner, all 11 bets still stand. One non-runner and one winner in a double would see you paid out to the value of the single winner.Mar 24, 2020
What does non-runner, money back mean? Future Racing betting ceases at 10am on the day of the overnight declaration stage and all bets placed after that stage will be 'non-runner money back', ie. your bet stake will be refunded if your horse fails to compete. Tattersalls Rule 4 may apply.
If a horse is scratched, all Win/Place/Show wagers placed via the racing interface will be refunded. (This does not apply to 'Odds to Win' bets placed via the sportsbook. In case a horse is considered a Non Starter by the track, that horse will be considered a scratch and refunded accordingly.
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- Select the Trifecta bet type.
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Non-Runner No Bet Non-Runner No Bet (often shortened to NRNB) is a term used in various sports but is most commonly used in the sport of horse racing. It describes the terms of a bet. If the selection doesn't run in a race and the bet is under the condition of non-runner no bet, then the stake is returned to the customer.
Best Odds Guaranteed is a promotion offered by more than 20 online bookmakers in the UK aimed at betting on horse racing and to a lesser extent greyhound racing whereby if you take an early price on a selection and the industry-led starting price is different, you are paid profits based on whichever odds were larger.