post time

post time

n. Sports
The time set immediately before the official start of a race after which point no further betting is allowed.
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The post Time required to register a company cut to three days appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Haggas said the 9-1 favourite with the sponsors could do with some rain between now and post time on March 31.
A total of 10 meetings will be held during the Dubai World Cup Carnival with an early post time schedule of 3pm on two Friday dates, January 20 and February 3.
AIR FORCE ONE yesterday joined long-time favourite Big Buck's at the head of the Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup market - and bookies predict Charlie Mann's six-year-old will be the outright punters' choice by post time tomorrow.
There is some 9-1 and plenty of 8s about and that should be taken as he will undoubtedly be shorter come post time.
GGNC) on May 5 announced the 100% acquisition of the Post Time Sports Book Ltd.
We have been working with The Jockey Club and Hardave Gill of Post Time Technologies Inc.
With a whole host of runners set to contest the three big sprints at the meeting, Jim Goldie, who trains near Glasgow, was keeping a close eye on the weather yesterday and he is envisaging that it could get quicker by post time in the William Hill (Ayr) Gold Cup on Saturday.
and post time for the first of the day's 11 races is scheduled for 12:45 p.
THE fourth race at Fontwell yesterday was almost commentary-less as caller Tony Ennis found himself locked out of his office with only minutes to post time, writes Jessica Lamb.
The kickoff weekend will have racing on Friday and Saturday night with a new post time of 7pm.