What does 'All In' mean?

'All In' indicates that runners / the field for the selected race have not yet been finalised.

The 'All In' condition commonly applies to future races which jump 2-3 days beyond the current race day. The 'All In' condition will be indicated on your bet/ticket.

Odds for 'All In' races are fixed price only and are final. If you select a runner from an All-In market and that runner is scratched or removed at any time before or after the field has been settled, you will not receive a refund.

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