TAB Pays 6 Places On SA’s Greatest Betting Race

'Each runner has a roughly equal chance winning'

South Africa’s greatest betting race, the WSB Grand Heritage, will be run at the Vaal on Saturday, 10 December, and there will be TAB Place payouts for the first six horses to finish instead of the usual maximum of four.

The Heritage is run on handicap terms and theoretically each runner has a roughly equal chance winning. With a likely maximum field of 28 runners over 1475m down the Vaal straight, the stage is set for a thrilling finish and it’s an ideal event on which to extend TAB Place payouts to the first six home.

With such a big field, both the TAB Trifecta and Quartet on the race are set to deliver substantial payouts and TAB has a great deal for account holders who bet R100 or more on either bet.

For account holders who don’t hit the winning combination, TAB will refund 10% of their stake back into their TAB accounts. This promotion applies to each Trifecta or Quartet taken by a TAB accountholder to the value of R100 or more on the Heritage. Full T&Cs are at

For those who don’t have a TAB account, there’s never been a better time to open one. It’s easy, it’s quick and you can be betting in under half an hour. Tap REGISTER on the home page of to get started.

  • Press Release by 4Racing on 9 December 2022

The Vaal stages it’s WSB Grand Heritage meeting on Saturday, 10 December (Pic – JC Photos)

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