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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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Manual of British rural sports, by Stonehenge

John Henry Walsh - 1856
...actual winner of two heats, even though no horse appear against him for both or either of the lit-uts. When three horses have each won a heat, they only must start for a fourth. In running heats, a dead heat goes for nothing, and alt the hones may start again, unless It be between...
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Manual of British Rural Sports: Comprising Shooting, Hunting, Coursing ...

John Henry Walsh - Sports - 1856 - 720 pages
...two heats, even though no horse appear against him for both or cither of the heats. When three borses have each won a heat, they only must start for a fourth. In running heats, a dead heat goes for nothing, and all the horses may start again, unless it be between...
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History of the Turf in South Carolina

South Carolina Jockey Club - Horse racing - 1857 - 259 pages
...running are not determined till the plate is won, if that heat be not mentioned at the time of running. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start, is void. Bets determined, though the horse does not start, when the words " play or pay," are made use...
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the racing calender for the year 1857. races to come.

charles and james weatherby - 1857
...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 " ahsolutely run or pay,"...
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Racing Calendar for ..., Volume 36

1857
...are not determined till the plate is won, if that heat be not mentioned at the time of runnmg. 31. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start, a void. 32. Bets determined though the horse does not start, when the words " absolutely run or pay,"...
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Frank Forester's Horse and Horsemanship of the United States and ..., Volume 2

Henry William Herbert, Frank Forester - Horse breeding - 1857
...distanced. RULE XLIII. A horse receiving forfeit, or walking over, shall not be deemed a winner. RULE XLIV. A bet made after the heat is over, if the horse betted on does not start again, is no bet. RULE XLV. A confirmed bet cannot be off without mutual consent. RULE XLVI. If either...
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Frank Forester's Horse and Horsemanship of the United States and ..., Volume 2

Henry William Herbert, Frank Forester - Horse breeding - 1857
...actual winner of two heats, even though no horse appear against him for both or either of the heats. When three horses have each won a heat, they only must start for a fourth. In running heats, a dead heat goes for nothing, and all the horses may start again, unless it be between...
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ruffs guide to the turf

w h langley - 1857
...actual winner of two heats, even though no horse appear against 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 may start again, unless it be...
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Racing Calendar for ..., Volume 37

1858
...actual winiier of two heats, even though no horse appear aginst him for both or either of the heata. 15. When three horses have each won a heat, they only must start fur a fourth, and the preference among them will be determined by it, there being before no difference...
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ruff's guide to the turf; or pocket raring companion for 1859; containing ...

pipers stephnson and spence - 1859
...and they may all start again, except it be between two horses that had each won iv heat. 51. When two horses have each won a heat, they only must start for a third, and the preference between them will be determined by it. 52. When a plate is won by two heats,...
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