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Is there a horse racing promo code available?
Yes. William Hill are currently promoting a specific horse racing promo code for new customers when you sign up today. Simply follow the links and instructions above to get your free bet welcome bonus offer for horse racing.
What is Horse racing Bet Acceptance?
All bets are placed in accordance with our betting rules and terms and conditions. All odds are subject to fluctuation and bets placed will be settled at the price at the time the bet was confirmed or at starting price (SP) if selected. Bets are accepted for horse race meetings held under the rules of the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) and Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) and are settled on the official result. Adjustments to settlement will not be made for amended results or adjudications made by governing bodies after the weigh-in when the official result is declared.
What are Enhanced Odds and Place Terms?
If the odds for a specific horse or place terms for a specific race are enhanced as part of a promotional offer, bets placed at ante post odds or outside of the promotional period will not qualify.
What are Ante Post Prices?
Ante post prices are compiled by William Hill and are offered on selected races up to the final declaration stage, which is when the final list of entries for the race is confirmed. Bets placed at ante post prices will be settled at the price and place terms at the time the bet was confirmed. Adjustments will not be made for any subsequent changes or promotions after bet placement. If the selected horse is balloted out of the race, bets placed on that horse at ante post prices will be refunded. One or more runners will be balloted out of the race out if the number of entries exceeds the maximum permitted number of runners at the final declaration stage. If the selected horse is withdrawn from the race for any other reason at any point in time, bets placed on that horse at ante post prices will have lost.
What are Early Prices?
Early prices are compiled by William Hill and are offered daily on selected races up to the first transmission of show prices from the racecourse. If the selected horse is withdrawn from the race before coming under starter’s orders, bets placed on that horse at early prices will be void. If the selected horse is withdrawn from a race after coming under starter’s orders, bets placed on that horse at early prices will have lost as the horse will be deemed to have been a participant in the race. If any other horse is withdrawn from the race before coming under starter’s orders, bets placed at early prices may be subject to a Rule 4 deduction.
What are Show Prices?
Show prices are the current prices on offer at the racecourse during the period before a race of three or more runners. If the selected horse is withdrawn from the race before coming under starter’s orders, bets placed on that horse at show prices will be void. If the selected horse is withdrawn from a race after coming under starter’s orders, bets placed on that horse at show prices will have lost as the horse will be deemed to have been a participant in the race. If any other horse is withdrawn from the race before coming under starter’s orders, bets placed at show prices may be subject to a Rule 4 deduction.
What is a SP or Starting Price?
The SP, or starting price, is the price declared on each horse once a race has come under starter’s orders. This is the price declared for each horse in the official race result. Bets placed on UK and Irish horse racing will be settled at SP unless a show price, early price or ante post price is taken or unless the bet is placed at Totepool odds. If the selected horse is withdrawn from the race before coming under starter’s orders, bets placed on that horse at SP will be void. If the selected horse is withdrawn from a race after coming under starter’s orders, bets placed on that horse at SP will have lost as the horse will be deemed to have been a participant in the race.
If a William Hill SP or an industry SP is returned it will take precedence over any other declared SP and will be used to settle bets where no ante post , early price or show price is given. If no SP is returned and no show price, early price or ante post price has been taken, settlement of bets will be based on the final show of betting transmitted by our service provider. Where no betting shows are transmitted by our service provider, bets will be settled at Totepool odds.
What is the Withdrawn Horses Rule 4 Deductions?
If a horse is withdrawn after the final declaration stage and before coming under starter's orders, or is officially deemed by the starter to have taken no part in the race, stakes will be returned on the withdrawn horse and winning bets will be subject to deductions in accordance with Tattersall's Rule 4.
If a horse is withdrawn and a new market is formed, all bets placed at show prices prior to the new market will be subject to the above deductions. If two or more horses are withdrawn before coming under starter's orders, the total deductions shall not exceed 90p in the £.
If further horses are withdrawn after a new market has been formed, bets placed at show prices prior to a new market being formed will be subject to a further deduction based on the prices of all withdrawn horses. Bets placed in the new market will be subject to a deduction based on the current price. If the total deduction on the market is 5p in the £, the deduction will be waived.
What does First Past the Post mean?
If the result of a race is amended before the weigh-in, when the official result is declared, win single/multiple bets and the win part of each way single/multiple bets will be paid on both the official result and first past the post with the following exceptions: -
The Grand National | ante post bets | forecast or tricast bets | void races | a selection taking the wrong course | a selection given as the winner in error by the judge | a selection carrying the wrong weight | a jockey failing to weigh-in | Totepool bets | favourite points markets | distance markets | bets placed on a two runner race | special match bets | novelty bets | 'Insurance' markets | 'without the favourite' markets | 'place only' markets | match bets.
First past the post is applicable to win single/multiple bets and the win part of each way single/multiple bets only. It is not applicable to placed horses that are demoted.
What is the Best Odds Guaranteed?
If an early price or show price is taken on a horse, which subsequently turns out to be lower than the SP, bets placed on applicable races will be paid at SP. Best odds guaranteed is available on selected races for bets placed via mobile, internet, text and telephone with the following exceptions unless otherwise stated:
Best odds guaranteed is not available for bets placed in our shops. Bets placed on SSBT's do not qualify.
The maximum benefit for best odds guaranteed is capped at £25,000 per customer per day across all applicable channels.
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Updated: Monday, 3rd February, 2020
Published by: Free Promo Codes
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