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First Past The Post Rules

If you have just had a close finish on the horse racing involving your horse and another then the chances are that’s why you’re here. First Past The Post Rules will help you find out if your eligible to be paid out either way.

First Past The Post Rules

Chances are you are here because you have just backed a winner and there is a stewards enquiry and you want to know if you will be paid out whatever happens right? Well, allow Gamblers Compendium to enlighten you on every bookmaker in the U.K that pays out on first past the post and what the rules are for each bookie.

Firstly first past the post means that if your horse has just won the race and was first past the winning line you don’t need to worry about stewards enquiries or amended results.

Amended results are when a winner is demoted in the placings or very rarely disqualified from the race, usually for interference in the race which would have meant another horse could and should have won the race instead of the eventual winner.

Some bookmakers may even pay out on a horse that finished second originally but has its place altered to first as the winner interfered with it on the run-up to the line. You should look out for these bookmakers but you will need to read all of their Terms and Conditions to be 100% clear.

 

 

Bookmakers that DO pay out on first past the post and amended result

William Hill

Toals

BetFred

Ladbrokes

Bet365

Sky Bet

Coral

Racebets

10bet

Bookmakers that do not pay first past the post

888 Sport

Now I will explain each of the bookmakers listed above policy on first past the post payouts so you do not leave this page until you are crystal clear on if you will be paid out or not.

William Hill First Past The Post Rules

Valid on single bets only

Terms and Conditions

1. First Past the Post is available on all bets struck on Australian thoroughbred and harness racing made via William Hill’s internet, iPhone or Android app, or mobi wagering platforms. It does not apply to wagers placed via William Hill’s telephone call centre.
2. First Past the Post is only available on single bets and not multi bets or exotics.
3. First Past the Post applies to Win Only bets and the Win portion of Each Way bets.
4. First Past the Post will apply to bets placed on the final field market and will not apply to pre-post or futures bets. 5. First Past the Post applies to races where a protest against the first horse past the post is lodged and upheld and the first horse past the post is relegated from first to another official placing.
6. First Past the Post ensures that members who backed the first horse past the post are paid as if the horse retains the first position regardless of the result of any protest.
7. First Past the Post will apply to the following products: Best Tote, Best Tote Plus, Best Fluctuation, Starting Price, Fixed Odds, WHOdds, Best Odds and SP insurance.
8. The value of the First Past the Post will be equivalent to the full amount of the winnings the member would have received had the horse been declared the official winner and is subject to William Hill Rules and maximum payout limits.
9. First Past the Post winnings will be credited to member’s accounts within 60 seconds the interim dividends being declared.
10. William Hill reserves the right to change, cancel or suspend the Promotion at any time.

Corals First Past The Post Rules

23.1 DOUBLE RESULTS

23.1.1 UK and Irish horse races are settled on a double result basis. This means that we will pay out on both:

  • the official result from the racecourse on the day at the weighed in signal, and
  • the “first past the post” result, which is the immediate result after the race has been completed with any subsequent amendments, as a result of stewards’ enquiries or objections, ignored.

The double results concession will generally apply to all single and multiple bets at UK and Irish race courses. However, only the official “weighed in” result on the day will apply in the following circumstances:

  • to ante-post bets;
  • to forecast and tricast bets;
  • Aintree Grand National;
  • to selections which have taken the wrong course;
  • in races where an incorrect first past the post result has been announced in error by the judge;
  • to selections carrying the wrong weight;
  • to selections whose jockey failed to weigh in;
  • any Tote or Pari-Mutuel bets;
  • markets were on the winning favourites and distance betting;
  • in betting without the favourites markets.

23.1.3 The double results concession will also not apply to daily challenge bets, which include jockey challenges, tipster challenges, meeting challenges, match bets, aggregate winning distance and winning distance specials. In the event of a double result, unless otherwise stated, all daily challenge bets will be settled according to only the official result on the day of the race, with the exception of aggregate winning distance bets and winning distance special bets which will be settled as per the distance betting rules (see sections 23.13 and 23.14).

 

 

Bet Fred First Past The Post Rules

6. Settlement of wagers / double result.

  1. 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 win and each-way singles and multiple bets to a maximum payout of £1,000,000. The exceptions where First Past the Post does not apply, and bets are only settled according to the official result are:
  2. A selection taking the wrong course.
  3. A selection carrying the wrong weight or the jockey failing to weigh-in.
  4. Any Ante Post bet.
  5. A Forecast or Tricast bet.
  6. A void race.
  7. Any Tote/Pari-Mutuel bet.
  8. A selection given as the winner in error by the judge.
  9. A bet placed on a two-runner race or a special match bet.
  10. A bet placed in a “without the favourite” market.
  11. Any other special market. There are additions to the above list:
  12. Horse racing bets placed on non-UK/Irish meetings are settled on the official result declared by the racecourse judge and confirmed by the ‘Weighed-In’ announcement. If a winner is disqualified after the official result is announced, the disqualification will not affect the settlement of bets.
  13. In the case of greyhound racing, bets are settled on the official result announced at the conclusion of the event. If a winner is disqualified after the official result is announced, the disqualification will not affect the settlement of bets.
  14. In the case of football and other sports, bets are settled on the official result published by the Press Association (PA), immediately after the match/event is finished. If the PA amends its decision after this period, all bets will stand on their original result.
  15. If the result is not immediately available from the PA, the result published by the official governing body immediately after the match/event is finished will be used for settling purposes. Any subsequent corrections or amendments to this result will not apply for settlement purposes.
  16. The Double Result concession is subject to a maximum payout enhancement of £5,000 above the original settlement amount had the concession not been applied. For example, if the true settlement was £3,000 the revised settlement after applying the concession will be subject to a maximum of £8,000.
  17. If a selection in a single bet is made void the stake will be returned.
  18. Void selections in multiple/accumulator bets will be treated as non-runners and the stake will run onto the remaining selections in the bet.

 

Sky Bet First Past The Post Rules

All horse racing bets are paid out on the official result at the time of the “weigh in”. However, we also pay out on bets if your horse was ‘First Past The Post’.

This means that if your horse crosses the finishing line first, but for some reason isn’t awarded the race, you don’t have to worry – we’ll still pay you the winnings!

Should your selection be awarded a race or promoted to a place as a result of a Stewards Enquiry or Objection (which is announced before the “weigh in” or “winner alright”) this means you will also receive a return for your selection.

First Past the Post is offered for UK and Irish horse racing, unless advertised otherwise and doesn’t apply to the following bets or circumstances:

  • All Ante post bets.
  • Forecasts and Tricasts.
  • Bets which rely on Tote Dividends i.e. Jackpots, Placepots etc which are settled Rules of Racing.
  • Horse “Match betting”, “Distance Specials” or “Betting Without” races which are settled as to the respective conditions detailed in these rules.
  • Any Selection disqualified for taking the wrong course or for carrying an incorrect weight.
  • Races which are declared void.
  • Where there is an official correction to the result by the judge or SIS prior to the “weigh in” and any races which are declared void before the “weigh in” for which Rules of Racing will apply.
  • All bets on horse racing outside of Ireland and the U.K. are settled on a rules of racing basis only.

 

Ladbrokes First past The Post Rules

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.

Exceptions

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
  • A selection carrying the wrong weight or the jockey failing to weigh-in
  • Any Ante Post bet
  • A Forecast or Tricast bet
  • A void race
  • Any Tote/Pari-Mutuel bet
  • A selection given as the winner in error by the judge
  • A bet placed on a two-runner race or a special match bet
  • A bet placed in a “without the favourite” market
  • Any other special market
  • Horse racing bets placed on non-UK/Irish meetings are settled on the official result declared by the racecourse judge and confirmed by the ‘Weighed-In’ announcement. If a winner is disqualified after the official result is announced, the disqualification will not affect the settlement of bets.

Things to Consider

  • In the event of a double result, payout on the horse that was first past the post may be subject to a small delay while we process your winnings. The funds will be credited to your account as a manual adjustment
  • We pay FPP on UK & Irish racing ONLY

Tote Sport First Past The Post Rules

From 2nd of July 2005 Totesport will pay out on first past the post in horse races, so if your horse finishes first past the post and is demoted you will still be paid out as a winner.
Joe Scanlon, managing director of Totesport, said: This is great news for Totesport punters who now have no reason to fear the dreaded words Stewards Enquiry? after their horse has crossed the winning line in front.

DOUBLE RESULT RULES

The offer is only available on horse racing in UK and Ireland
The offer applies to win single and multiple bets and the win part of each-way bets

Bet 365 First Past The Post Rules

Could not officially locate their rules however they do offer first past the post and amended result since 2010.

888 Sports First Past The Post Rules (they don’t pay first past the post)

  1. Settlements will be based upon the official result issued at the time of the ‘Weigh In’. Any changes after such result have been announced will not be taken into consideration.

Paddy Powers first past the post rules (they pay first past the post and amended result)

Double Result

  • Double result is only applicable to horse racing in Ireland and the UK where an industry SP is returned.
  • 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.
  • In a combined Horses bet, the bet remains a winner if a runner in a combined horses selection is first past the post and another horse is promoted to a winner. The bet is promoted to winner if the runner in a combined horses selection is promoted to winner where the first past the post was not in the combined horses selection.
  • We offer Double Result on Place Betting, Betting Without Favourite, Fallers Insurance, Combined Horses & all Insurebet Markets.
  • Double result does not apply to the following bets or circumstances:

    a. All ante-post bets.

    b. Bets which rely on Tote dividends ie. Jackpots, Placepots etc which are settled on the Rules of Racing.

    c. ‘Distance specials’ which are settled on a First Past the Post basis only.

    d. Any horse disqualified for taking the wrong course or for carrying an incorrect weight.

    e. Races which are declared void.

    f. Where there is an official correction to the result by the judge or SIS prior to the ‘weigh in’ and any races which are declared void before the ‘weigh in’ for which Rules of Racing will apply.

    g. All bets on horse racing outside of Ireland and the UK (which shall be settled on a Rules of Racing basis only).

    h. All bets on horse racing within Ireland and the UK where an industry SP is not returned in respect of the applicable race (such bets shall be settled on a Rules of Racing basis only).

    i. All bets placed on Betting in Running markets (which will be settled on a Rules of Racing basis only).

    j. Daily Doubles

    k. The Aintree Grand National

Boyle Sports first past the post rules (they pay first past the post and on amended results)

  • Any bet settled on a Double Result, ‘First Past the Post or ‘Rules of Racing’ basis (the definitions of which are contained in the following pages) in UK or Ireland is subject to a limit of:
  • UK – Classes 1 & 2   €500,000. UK – Classes 3 & 4  €250,000. UK – Classes 5 & 6 or lower €50,000. Ireland – all graded, group & listed races  €500,000. Ireland – premier handicaps €250,000. Ireland – all other races not listed €50,000. Any bet in Ireland or the UK that includes a selection which is not covered in Full Service €50,000. Antepost bets €250,000.
  • Bets which include a selection for overseas racing covered in our Full Service are subject to a maximum payout of €100,000
  • Any bet which contains a selection running at an overseas meeting where race results are not covered in full service by SIS is subject to a maximum payout of €50,000
  • UK and Irish Placepots, UK Jackpots UK Quadpots; The maximum payment to any one customer in respect of any one day’s aggregate bets in each of the following categories is as follows: UK Placepots Irish Placepots bets €25,000, UK Jackpots €30,000 and UK Quadpots €10,000. The maximum payout to any one customer in respect of any one day’s Quadpots aggregate bets will be twice the total race-course Quadpots pool or twice the S.P. win or place accumulator whichever is the lesser. In the event of a “Carryover”, the maximum payout to any one customer who nominates all successful selections in the UK Jackpot or UK Placepots or Irish Placepot will be twice the S.P. win or place accumulator respectively, subject to a maximum limit of €30,000 for the Jackpot and €25,000 for the Placepots.

Betfair’s first past the post rules

Double Resulting

    • All bets placed on UK and Irish horse racing will be settled on First Past the Post AND the official result on the day. Any subsequent disqualification will not affect the settlement of bets.
    • This offer applies to winning single and multiple bets and the win part of Each-Way bets placed only.
    • Exceptions: 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
      • A selection carrying the wrong weight or the jockey failing to weigh-in
      • Any bets placed at a Non UK/IRE race meetings
      • A Forecast or Tricast bet
      • A void race
      • Any Tote/Pari-Mutuel bet
      • A selection given as the winner in error by the judge

Betway’s first past the post rules (they pay both amended and first past the post)

All bets placed on UK and Irish horse racing will be settled based on First Past the Post (FPP) AND the official result.

1. First Past the Post: The immediate result after the race has been completed (Exceptions apply, please see relevant section below).

2. Official Result: Announced at the “weigh-in” on the day, after any Steward’s Enquiries and/or objections have been considered. If any changes are made to the result after the official result has been announced, there will be no change to the settlement of bets.

FPP Exceptions

1. This offer applies to winning single and multiple bets and the win part of Each-Way bets only.

2.Only bets on UK & Irish Horse Racing are eligible – Bets placed on non-UK/Irish Horse Racing meetings are settled on the result declared officially by the racecourse judge and confirmed by the ‘Weighed-In’ announcement. If any changes are made to the result after the official result has been announced, there will be no change to the settlement of bets.

3. FPP does not apply to any horse racing market other than race winner.

4. A selection carrying the wrong weight or the jockey failing to weigh-in

5. A selection taking the wrong course

6. Ante Post bets

7. Forecasts or Tricasts

8. Void race

9. A selection given as the winner in error by the judge

10. A bet placed on a two-runner race

 

 

Toals Bookmaker First Past The Post Rules

  • All bets are governed by Tattersalls Rules of Betting. These rules will govern the settlement of bets if anything occurs that is not covered by our stated rules.
  • Bets are settled in accordance with the official result at the time of the “weigh in”. However, we also pay out on bets if your horse was ‘First Past The Post’. This means that if your horse crosses the finishing line first, but for some reason isn’t awarded the race, you don’t have to worry – we’ll still pay you the winnings!
  • Should your selection be awarded a race or promoted to a place as a result of a Stewards Enquiry (which is announced before the “weigh in” or “winner alright”) this means you will also receive a return for your selection.
  • First Past the Post is offered for all races in the UK & Ireland.
  • First Past The Post does not apply on the following markets, events and circumstances:- Horses that are disqualified because they failed to ‘weigh in’ correctly.- Horses that are disqualified because they have taken the ‘wrong course’.- Where there is an official correction to the result by the judge or SIS prior to the “weigh in” and any races which are declared void before the “weigh in” for which Rules of Racing will apply.- Ante Post bets

    – Races which are declared void.

  • Any bets other than Ante Post will be void if the race is abandoned or declared void. If the race is postponed to a future day and the final Declarations stand, all bets will stand providing the venue is not changed. If this is the case all bets will be void.
  • In the event of a false start etc resulting in a race being re-run, the race is not considered to be ‘under starters orders’ and stakes will be refunded on selections not taking part in the re-run with any returns on the remaining subject to Tattersalls Rule 4(c). The number of runners taking part in the re-run governs the Place terms.
  • If a horse refuses to come out of the starting stalls or refuses to start in a National Hunt race but the official starter deems the horse a runner then that horse will be settled as a loser. Walkovers and void races count as races but any selection involved will be treated as a non-runner.
  • Where a race has been declared a no-race and is re-run, all bets will stand for the Horses that take part in the re-run but single bets may be cancelled by mutual agreement up until the revised off time. Prices laid on a no-race will stand for the re-run race unless there is a non runner, in which case all bets will be settled as per Tattersals rule 4. Bets may be cancelled by mutual agreement prior to the re-run taking place but multiple bets will stand.

I would always contact your bookmaker if there is any discrepancy on your bets and try to do it as soon as possible. Often if it is in their terms and conditions they will have to pay you out. If you need any help get in touch.

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