Hollywood Saves Punters

Irish objection to the rescue

In the seventh race at Fairview on Monday the Hollywood Syndicate owned WHITELEAF HILLS (9) won the race, but was relegated to second after an objection was upheld by the runner-up GREAT CRUSADE (8), who was then declared the winner.

This was due to interference in the latter stages.

With Hollywoodbets, all customers who placed a straight win bet on WHITELEAF HILLS will be refunded their stake!

This applies to straight fixed odds win bets and open win bets.

It does not apply to multiples, or bets struck on the tote.

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