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J&B Met 2014 ThemeThe J&B MET – All To Come Future Event

Please be advised that SAFTOTE  customers will be able to take an All To Come on any race meeting from Monday, 27th January until Friday, 31st January (excluding France, Italy, Macau, Sweden and Turkey) and m ake the last selection either a Win or Place bet on a horse of their choice in The J&B Met.

For example a customer can take an All To Come comprising a Win bet on Race 2 and a Place bet on Race 5 at Flamingo Park on Monday, with the third and final selection being a Win or Place bet on a runner in The J&B Met.

The All To Come bet should be filled out in the normal way except the Future Option 1 section at the bottom must be used to mark the selection in The J&B Met and whether a Win or Place bet is being selected.

Customers must note that the Future Option 1 for The J&B Met is only to be used for All To Come bets into the race from Monday, 27th January until Friday, 31st January 2014.

On the day of the race, the All To Come betting form must be completed as for a normal race meeting and the Future Option 1 must not be used.

The J&B Met Preselling
The J&B MET Preselling starts on Monday, 27th January 2014.

The J&B Met – Five Places
Gold Circle will be offering five place payouts on The J&B Met. This is for the main race only and all other bet types including the PA remain unchanged (only 3 qualifying places for the PA).

The J&B Met – Exotic Bets Available
1st Bipot starts Race 2 – 12h10
Place Accumulator starts Race 3 – 12h50
Pick Six starts Race 4 – 13h30– Pick6 Carryover of R 2.5 Million – Estimated Pool R 8 Million.
1st Jackpot starts Race 5 – 14h10
2nd Bipot starts Race 7 – 15h30
2nd Jackpot starts Race 9 – 17h15
Quartet C/Over R 150 000 – Estimated Pool R 750 000 – Race 12 off at 19h00.

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