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proprietor Robert Hunter, 1818
 

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Seite xxxiii - 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.
Seite xxxii - C, who is the handicap per, makes a match for A and B, who, when they have perused it, put their hands into their pockets, and draw them out closed, then they open them together, and if both have money in their hands, the match is confirmed ; if neither have money, it is no match. In both cases...
Seite xxviii - If for any plate or sweepstakes, not to be run in heats, the first two or more horses shall come in so near together that the Judge shall not be able to decide which won, those horses shall run for such prize over again, after the last race on the same day; the other horses which started are deemed losers, and are entitled to their respective places, as if the race had been finally determined the first time.
Seite xxxiii - When a plate is won by two heats, the preference of the horses is determined by the places they get in the second heat.
Seite xxxiii - For the best of the Plate, where there are three heats run, the horse is second that wins one. For the best of the heats, the horse is second that beats the other twice out of three times, though he does not win a heat.
Seite xxxvi - ... which, it was stated, she won with ease ; but B measuring the distance after the races were over, found it was short of a mile by four yards. It was decided that, as no objection was made to the measure of the course before starting, and the mare having performed the distance set out and not objected to, A won all the bets. CASE VII.
Seite xxxiii - If a party is absent on the day of running, a public declaration of the bet may be made on the course, and a demand whether any person will make stakes for the absent party ; if no person consents to it the bet may be declared void.
Seite xxxii - If a rider fall from his horse, and the horse be rode in by a person that is sufficient weight, he will 'take place the same as if it had not happened, provided he go back to the place where the rider fell.
Seite xxvii - ... in first or not, unless such person shall have previously obtained the consent of the party or parties with whom he is engaged, to his not staking. But this rule is not to extend to bets, which are to be paid and received as if no such omission had happened.
Seite xxix - When any match or sweepstakes shall be made, and no course mentioned, the course shall be that which is usually run by horses of the same age as those engaged ; viz. If yearlings, the Yearling Course.

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