Race Winner and to Finish in the Top 2/3/4/5

It is true that bettors, if they will be betting on horse racing, say on horse racing competitions such as the Kentucky Derby, the Grand National, the Breeders Cup, the Royal Ascot and the Cheltenham Festival and through Bwin will be dealing with some rules. There will be the general rules and the special rules for betting on horse racing that they will be dealing with eventually. And yes, the latter will even take precedence over the former. They will be dealing with this too. But then, they should not worry.

Yes, even the special rules for betting on horse racing are only about things related to the sport, betting on the sport. Race winner and to finish in the top 2/3/4/5 are two examples.

With race winner, what bettors should consider is that in case one of the named selections happens to be a non-runner, all of the bets placed must be deemed void. But, in case one of the other horses in the “Any Other Runner” betting failed to start, all of the bets placed must stand.

With to finish in the 2/3/4/5, what bettors should put into consideration is that if ever one of the named selections happens to be a non-runner, all of the bets must be considered void.

Bettors will be dealing with rules like the general rules and the special rules for betting on horse racing if they will be betting on horse racing, say on the Kentucky Derby, the Grand National, the Breeders Cup, the Royal Ascot and the Cheltenham Festival and through Bwin. But then, they really don’t need to be bothered of dealing with them, and even actually with the special rules for betting on horse racing taking precedence over the general rules. They will find it easy to deal with everything.

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