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Kranji – Dividends Queried

Fancied runner pays R9-80 the place

The Sporting Post has queried the dividends of the Kranji twelfth race today after readers requested clarity.

The race was won by the new emerging star Inferno (1) who paid R1-20 a win and R9-80 a place.

The swinger 1×3 paid R1-90.



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4 comments on “Kranji – Dividends Queried

  1. Vincent James says:

    Sporting Post you are not only promoting the horse racing industry but protecting and promoting an industry that depends on integrity… Well done

  2. Preston M says:

    If my memory serves me correctly, the last time a similar situation arose was at Scotville. Empress Club, paid more for a place than for a win. The reasoning that was given was that a punter who has taken a substantial place wager cancelled his bet just before the jump.

  3. Graham HJ says:

    So much more to query……don’t stop, plenty to protect especially the integrity, good luck with that. I bet readers/punter ask for clarity quite a lot with the way SA racing is run, the one’s I sit with have loads of “queries”……..

  4. Anand Chetty says:

    Only way that would have happened is if a substantial bet was taken and canceled just before the off. Whoever did that probably then wagered a smaller amount for a substantial return, which is what happened in the Empress Club matter.
    Manipulation of the tote, which is not in the interest of racing, and which needs investigation and prosecution if illegal.

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