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Non runners in horse racing can have a significant impact on the outcome of a race. When a horse is withdrawn from a race, it affects the field size, the odds and the betting opportunities available to punters. Therefore, it is important to stay up to date with the latest dropouts in the races that you’ve either bet on or are considering betting on. On this page, we’ll not only list today’s non-runners for all UK & IRE horse races, we’ll also discuss how withdrawn horses impact horse races and what it means to your bets.
Below, you’ll find a list of withdrawn horses for every race taking place across the UK & Ireland. The feed is updated every 10 minutes, making it one of the most reliable and up-to-date lists for UK & Irish horse racing.
|11:55||Musselburgh||Breizh River, Sattam|
|12:50||Doncaster||Idefix De Ciergues|
|13:00||Musselburgh||Never No Trouble|
|14:25||Newbury||Whodini, Red Rookie|
|15:10||Doncaster||Scudamore, African Sun|
|18:00||Dundalk||Rattletheonionbag, Lady Delila|
|19:00||Dundalk||Crassus, Vultan, Time To Tell|
|20:00||Dundalk||Wee Winnie, Limited Edition, Happaugue|
|20:30||Dundalk||Nawraq, Keilah, Miss Heartbreak|
Non-runners refer to horses that are entered in a race but ultimately do not run on race day. These horses may be withdrawn from the race due to a various reasons, including injury, changes in the going, or a decision of the trainer or owner.
One or more horses being withdrawn from a race can significantly impact the betting market, odds, and race outcomes, making it important for bettors to keep up-to-date with the latest withdrawals.
Non-runners in horse racing can be frustrating for punters owners and organisers. Withdrawn horses are particularly impactful in major events like the Grand National and the Cheltenham Festival, where there are large bets placed on horses, sometimes weeks or months in advance.
But why are horses withdrawn in the first place? There are a variety of reasons that can lead a horse to withdraw from a race. Some of the most common reasons include:
A horse being withdrawn from a race can have a major impact on the betting market. This is because the withdrawal of a horse from a race can change how likely other horses are to win and therefore affect the odds.
When a horse is withdrawn from a race, bookmakers adjust their odds to compensate, and this can have a ripple effect on the rest of the field. The odds on the remaining horses will be shortened due to a greater chance of winning. Prices will shorten more if a favourite is declared a non runner compared to if a highly-price horse was to be.
If you have placed a bet on a horse and it doesn’t run, you may be wondering what happens to your bet. Obviously, your bet can’t win but in some circumstances, you will receive your stake back.
Many bookmakers offer refunds for bets placed on horses that do not end up running. However, the refund may not apply to ante post bets which are bets placed days, weeks or months prior to the race starting. Sometimes, a bookmaker may offer Non Runner No Bet (NRNB), on certain races. When so, refunds will be applied to bets placed on horses that do not run. However, if your bet is placed before the final declarations and NRNB is not offered by the bookmaker, you will not receive a refund and your stake will be kept be the betting site.
Online bookmakers such as Bet365, NRNB on horse racing big races.
One thing to keep in mind when dealing with non-runners in horse racing is the rule 4 deduction. This rule is applied when a horse is withdrawn close to the start of a race, and it can result in a reduction of winnings for bets placed before the withdrawal. While this can be frustrating for bettors, it is a necessary measure to maintain fairness in the market. Rule 4’s are automatically applied by the bookmaker and you’ll be able to see the deduction on your betslip.
At the top of this page, you’ll find a list of today’s races which have had withdrawals. This list features horses that have been withdrawn from races taking place today in the UK & Ireland.
Races taking place at the following courses are included in the list:
|UK & IRE Racecourses|
|Chelmsford City||Lingfield Park||Thirsk|
ITV Racing is one of the most popular broadcasters of horse racing events in the UK. They televise thousands of races each year with millions of racing fans tuning in for both daily races and coverage of major meetings. They’re also popular for their free ITV7 competition which gives players the chance to win tens of thousands of pounds by correctly predicting the winner of seven featured races.
ITV Racing does not provide an up-to-date list of non-running horses for the day and so it’s a good idea to bookmark this page for when you need to check which horses have pulled out of the days races.
Sky Sports covers horse racing on a daily basis, providing previews, results, racecards and tips via their website and tv channel.
However, similar to ITV Racing, Sky Sports do not list withdrawn horses. They will share withdrawals via their dedicated racing channel but if you want to find all of today’s non-runners for UK & Irish horse races in one place, you’re better off visiting this page.
Sporting Life was founded back in 1859 and was one of the most popular daily newspapers that covered sports, and in particular, horse racing. The publisher is now exclusively online and provides daily horse racing tips, results, as well as a list of the day’s withdrawn horses.
You’ll find the same list here on WhichBookie. Simply scroll to the top of this page and you’ll see every horse that has withdrawn from its race today.