dead-heat


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dead-heat

[ˈdedˈhiːt] VI (Sport) → empatar (with con)
see also dead D
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Dead-heat decisions at point-topoints are rare as there are no photo-finish cameras at the makeshift hunt racecourses throughout the land to assist the judge.
Balding said: "He just got up to dead-heat. He did well as he was squeezed up a couple of times.
There was an agonising wait for punters and connections of both horses, but after around five minutes a dead-heat was announced.
"It's a great result for the race, a dead-heat. We'd have settled for that before."
Punters and connections alike endured a nerve-wracking eight-minute wait before judges called the first dead-heat in the long history of Scotland's biggest Flat race.
TRAINER Tom Lacey has joined the debate over the controversial dead-heat decision at Market Rasen on Saturday by suggesting no racecourse should be allowed to stage racing if it does not have the equipment to supply the correct result.
In the Pure Arabian 2,000m category, Saleh and Qatar's Meelad finished the race in a dead-heat, making them joint winners at Toulouse racecourse, France.
Sky Khan did well to dead-heat in a lesser race here last month and has gone up 6lb as a result.
"We have had only two winners since December 3 and while I have never been more delighted to get a dead-heat than I was at Warwick, the horses are clearly not right, so it is time to stop," King said.
"It was so close so you settle for a dead-heat every day," said Mulrennan.
A very rare dead-heat occurred in the third race when Lemon, having led almost full distance, went a shade too wide rounding the final bend.