ante-post


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ante-post

adj
(Gambling, except Cards) Brit (of a bet) placed before the runners in a race are confirmed
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ante-post

(Brit Gambling)
adj ante-post betVorwette f; ante-post favouriteFavorit(in) m(f)
adv to bet ante-posteine Vorwette machen
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PUNTERS stuck at home cursing the ravaged racing programme have been doing their homework and piling into Cheltenham's ante-post markets, bookmakers reported yesterday.
THERE are 31 betting days until Cheltenham, so it's time for my annual moan about the health of the Festival's ante-post market.
Although he has since been sidelined by injury, Coral were forced to cut him to 14-1 clear ante-post favourite (from 20s).
HAS the age of the ante-post market died with Age Of Aquarius?
His West Country rival David Pipe is responsible for An Accordion, ante-post favourite for the William Hill Trophy.
SOME folk put together a whole portfolio of ante-post bets for Cheltenham months ahead of the meeting but for most of us that is not a practical option - the real world of families, general misbehaviour and endless bills simply means the money has to go elsewhere.
FRENCH raider Vallee Enchantee was yesterday supported in the ante-post market for the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes at Ascot on July 24.
Cairdeas, an easy winner at Naas earlier this month, was the subject of a huge ante-post gamble for the Vodafone Derby yesterday.
The French rugby team landed a nice ante-post touch for me by winning the Six Nations.
The big three bookmakers last night decided to refund all ante-post bets on next week's Cheltenham Festival.
OWNER Stan Clarke has warned ante-post punters that Barton is doubtful for the Cheltenham Festival after he was found to be suffering from dehydration following his last race at Cheltenham.
TAKE the price, wait for non-runner no bet or sit tight until the morning of the race - the three quandaries faced by punters sorting through Cheltenham ante-post markets and wondering when to fire their bullets.