so basically the ally plates have synthetic cushion across the hoof to reduce force of impact on feet. Normally due to either hard ground or unknown underlying hoof injury. Can mean nothing can mean lots. Sometimes you just whack them on to protect a horse that’s 100% sound and it’s worth the extra $$. But you get the idea from trainer history on who does it for safety and who does for injury.
Unfortunately you get the sub twice - as it didn't win - your % remains the same. If the sub had won you would have got 37.8%Hey guys. Got a quaddie question from yesterday that i'm hoping someone can help me with.
I got 18.9% of yesterday's quaddie. In race 8 i had the 11 which was a late scratching. The 10 was the sub which i already had in my selections.
What happens in this instance?
I thought what happens is that my % should increase as my live selections went from 3/7/4/6 to 3/6/4/6?
In the end i've received the payout for the 18.9% on my ticket.
Right!Unfortunately you get the sub twice - as it didn't win - your % remains the same. If the sub had won you would have got 37.8%
Ok. ThanksIts always been you get the sub again as far as i can remember. I dont think they would ever give you a bigger % the only other option would be what they do with other exotics like trifectas and first 4s where you just get a refund on the combos through that scratching