Saturday – HKJC World Pool Opportunities

Plenty of chances to win big

TAB and TABgold customers can bet into the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s massive World Pool tote on three race meetings this Saturday.

The World Pool tote will be in operation on four selected races at two Australian meetings – Races 7 and 8 (TAB Gr1 Australian Cup) at Flemington in Melbourne and Races 8 (Kia Gr1 Tancred Stakes) and 9 at Rosehill in Sydney.

TAB and TABgold will offer the normal range of Tabcorp commingled pools on both meetings with Win, Place and Trifecta bets on the four races being commingled into the Hong Kong pools.

But customers wanting to take advantage of the big pools will have to get up early with the first of the World Pool races due off at 06h40.

Later in the day the World Pool tote will be in operation on Races 2 to 9 at the renowned Dubai World Cup meeting at Meydan.

All Win, Place, Exacta, Quinella and Swinger bets taken with TAB and TAB Gold on these races will be commingled into Hong Kong pools, giving customers the chance to take huge bets on the best horses on the planet without any fear of depressing payouts.

The Meydan spectacular starts at 13h30 with the Dubai Kahayla Classic for Arabians the traditional first act in five hours of electrifying action.

TAB and TABgold will host local Trifecta and Quartet pools on all races, as well as a Place Accumulator, with all other bets being commingled into pools hosted by Premier Gateway International. fractional bets cannot be taken on any commingled pool.

  • Media release by 4Racing on Wednesday, 27 March 2024.

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