What is a coupled entry?

When two or more horses are owned by the same stable or trained by the same trainer, they can be considered a single betting unit. If either one of the horses wins, your bet on the other horse in the coupled entry is considered a win as well. Coupled entries have the same number (e.g., #1 and #1A). For example:

You bet on the #1 horse to win. The race results are 1A-3-1. Your bet will be graded as a win because #1 is considered the same as #1A.

 

 

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