Frequently Asked Questions

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This means that the horses are coupled. When two or more horses declared runners in the same race are avowed as “couplé” for Pari Mutuel purposes, they are said to be “bracketed” or “coupled”.

This happens when several horses declared runners in the same race belong to the same owner or trainer.

If one of these horses is classified first, all “single win” bets placed on the other runners of the bracket having run in the race are awarded the same “win” dividend.

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