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" In running of heats, if it cannot be decided which horse is first, the heat goes for nothing, and they may all start again, except it be between two horses that had each won a heat. "
Racing Calendar - Page xxx
1819
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the racing calander for the year 1848

charles and james weatherby - 1848
...are not determined till the plate is won, if that heat be not mentioned at the time of running. 31. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start, is void. 32. Bets determined though the horse does not start, when the words " absolutely run or pay,"...
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The Sportsman's Cyclopaedia: Comprising a Complete Elucidation of the ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - Hunting - 1848 - 940 pages
...all losings above that sum must depend entirely upon the sporting integrity of the parties concerned. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start again, is no bet. A confirmed bet cannot be off without mutual consent Either party may demand stakes...
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the racing calendar 1849

charles, james weatherby - 1849
...are not determined till the plate is won, if that beat be not mentioned at the time of running. 31. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start, is void. 32. Bets determined though the horse does not start, when the words " absolutely run or pay,"...
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Guide to the Turf

Ruff William - 1850
...winner of two heats, evtin though no horse appear against him for both or either of the beats. Wnen three horses have each won a heat, they only must start for a fourth. In running of beats, a dead heat goes for nothing, and ull the horses may start again, unless it be...
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THE RACING CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 1851. RACES TO COME. VOLUME THE SEVENTY-NINTH.

CHARLES AND JAMES WEATHERBY - 1851
...are not determined till the plate is won, if that heat be not mentioned at the time of running. 31. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start, is void. 32. Bets determined though the horse does not start, when the words "absolutely run or pay,"...
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THE RACING CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 1852

CHARLES AND JAMES WEATHERBY - 1852
...not determined till the plate is '•.on, if that heat be not mentioned at the time of running. 3l. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start, is void. 32. Bets determined though the horse does not start, when the words " absolutely run or pay,"...
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GUide to the Turf of Pocket Racing Companion for 1852

W Ruff - 1852
...winner of two heats, even thoueh no horse appear iigainst him for both or either of the heats. \Vhen three horses have each won a heat, they only must start for a fourth. In running of heats, a'deud heat goes for nothing, and all the horses may start again, unless it be...
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Racing Calendar for ..., Volume 32

1853
...are not determined till the plate is won, if that heat be not mentioned at the time of running. 31. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start, is void. 32. Bets determined though the horse does not start, when the words "absolutely run or pay,"...
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THE RACING CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 1854. RACES TO COME. VOLUME THE EIGHTY-SECOND.

CHARLES AND JAMES WEATHERBY - 1854
...are not determined till the plate is won, if that heat be not mentioned at the time of running. 31. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start, is yoid. 32. Bets determined though the horse does not start, when the words " absolutely run or pay,"...
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RUFF'S GUIDE TO THE TURF OR POCKET RACING COMPANION FOR 1854 CONTAINING THE ...

W.H. LANGLEY - 1854
...actual winner f two heats, even though no horse appear aguiiint him for both or either of the heats. When three horses have each won a heat, they only must start for a fourth. In rnnning of heats, a dead heat goes for nothing, and all the horses mav start again, unless it be...
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