Do you get money back on ante post bets?

Do you get money back on ante post bets?

Unlike standard horse bets, if you back ante post betting and your horse does not run in the race, ante post meaning is you do not get your money back this is a losing bet.

What does ante post mean in betting?

In horse racing, an ante-post bet is one placed before the runners are confirmed at the final declaration stage. Bookmakers usually offer ante-post betting markets for big races right up the final declaration stage (24 to 48 hours before the off), when they switch to a non-runner no-bet or non-runner money-back market.

What happens to my ante post bets?

Ante Post bets are accepted all in run or not. Stakes are lost on an Ante Post bet if a selection does not take part. Generally no Tattersalls’ Rule 4 deductions are made from winning bets, except in certain circumstances. (See Rules for individual sports for further details of non-racing events).

Do you get best odds on ante post?

For most horse racing if you bet ante-post you cannot get best price guarantees, but for the Festival (and some other big racing) you can. If you think you’ve spotted a good price ante-post and you can back it with a bookie listed on this page offering the concession then you can get the best of both worlds.

Is there Rule 4 on ante-post?

Ante-post bets are an exception to Rule 4 deductions. Bets placed on an ante-post market will not be subject to a Rule 4 deductions regardless of any non-runners.

How does ante-post work?

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.

Is there Rule 4 on ante post?

What are ante post markets?

Ante-post betting, also known as futures betting, are longer term bets. We explain what an ante-post betting market is, how they are used for trading and how to calculate your payout. Ante-post betting is a longer term bet where bettors trade on the outcome of an event, such as the winner of the Grand National.

What happens if a horse is a non runner in accumulator?

Bets places on Non-Runner Money Back markets will have their stakes returned once the non-runner is declared. If you have placed an accumulator, the line related to the non-runner will be void, you will receive your stake for that line back. The rest of the lines in the accumulator will still stand.

How much is a Rule 4 deduction?

How much are Rule 4 deductions?

Price of non runner when bet placed Decimals R4 Deduction
4/5 to 4/6 1.80 to 1.66 55p
20/21 to 5/6 1.95 to 1.83 50p
Evens to 6/5 2.00 to 2.20 45p
5/4 to 6/4 2.25 to 2.50 40p

Do you get your money back if your horse doesn’t run?

Unless your Power Price was placed under Future Racing (Antepost) rules, your non-runner leg will be voided the same as a regular non-runner money back bet. Power Prices on single horses will be void, your stake will be returned to your account.

Do I get my money back if my horse is a non runner?

your bet stake will be refunded if your horse fails to compete. After a race becomes Non-Runner No Bet, any Ante-Post bets placed on the Win or Each-Way market will be refunded if your selection does not run.