Do Paddy Power Pay First Past The Post?

Double result means if your horse is first past the post you get paid, however, should your horse be awarded the race or promoted to a place, as a result of a stewards enquiry or an objection which is announced before the ‘weigh in’ or ‘winner alright’, we will still pay you.

Do bookies pay first past the post?

The bets for horse racing are typically paid based on the official result after the horses being weighed in. At the same time there are also bookies that pay according to the “First Past The Post” rule. The First Past the Post is a rule that can apply at certain bookmakers in the UK.

What does first past the post mean in horse racing?

First Past the Post is the way in which we pay winnings in horse racing bets. Its means that we will pay out for the horse which crosses the line first, even if they are later disqualified or downgraded in the race.

Do betfred do first past the post?

All bets placed on UK and Irish horse racing will be settled on a First Past the Post basis and the official result. The exceptions where First Past the Post does not apply, and bets are only settled according to the official result are: A selection taking the wrong course.

What is the maximum payout from Paddy Power?

The maximum payment to any one client in respect of any Paddy Power concession (i.e. Best Price guaranteed and Lucky 15/31/63 bonuses) is £50,000 per day.

Do Ladbrokes payout on first past the post?

All bets placed on UK and Irish horse racing will be settled on First Past the Post AND the official result. This offer applies to winning single and multiple bets and the win part of Each-Way bets. There is no restriction on staking, and payouts are subject to our advertised payout limits.

Do you get money back if horse falls?

The stake may be refunded to you as bonus funds, a free bet or (rarely) as cash, but the general rule of thumb is that if your horse doesn’t finish the race because it falls you’ll get your bet back one way or another.

What happens in a stewards Enquiry?

Stewards Enquiry. A Stewards Enquiry (most frequently applied in horse racing) is a review system that takes place after a race to ensure the race has been run fairly and race-rules haven’t been broken. The jockeys and trainers can both be questioned with regards to the enquiry immediately after the race.

Do you get your money back if a horse refuses to race?

If a horse is shown in results as “RR” , or sometimes “LFT”, this means that the horse refused to race when the race started. As the horse would have come under starters orders any bets on the horse will be losing bets. This includes both refusing to run from a tape start and staying in the stalls at a stalls start.

How long does it take Paddy Power to pay winnings?

While the funds will leave your Paddy Power account immediately, withdrawals take 2-3 working days to reach your account. Please note that, due to bank processing times, withdrawals can take 5 working days to reach your account.

Can a bookmaker refuse to pay out?

TRUE. There is no legislation to enforce betting debts of any kind, since they are regarded as a ‘debt of honour’. This applies equally to bookies, casinos, even the football pools. Bookmakers can refuse to pay out with legal impunity, and have occasionally done so where a betting coup was suspected.

What is boylesports maximum payout?

The maximum payout to any one customer in relation to any Boylesports offer or concession (this includes Best Odds Guaranteed) is €50,000 per customer per day. This applies to bets placed on Boylesports.com, Boylesports Mobile and all White Label partners.