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Rule No.Rule Title
1958Quinella.
Rule Text(a) The Quinella is not a parlay and has no connection with or relation to the win, place and show pools shown on the totalizator board. All tickets on the Quinella will be calculated in a separate pool. (b) All Quinella tickets will be for the win and place combination only. When purchasing a Quinella ticket two horses are selected, which must finish 1-2, or 2-1. For example, if numbers 3 and 6 are selected they must come in 3, first and 6, second, or 6, first and 3, second. (c) Entries or field horses in a race comprising the Quinella shall race as single wagering interests for the purposes of mutuel pool calculations and payouts to the public. If, in the event that any part of the entry or the field is a starter, there shall be no refund to persons wagering on such entry or field. In the event any part of an entry or the field finishes first, the order of finish of all other horses making up such entry or field will be disregarded in determining which horse finished second for the purpose of this rule. (d) Should any horse or horses entered in a Quinella race be scratched or excused by the Stewards after wagering has commenced or should any horse or horses be prevented from racing because of the failure to stall doors of the starting gate to open, all tickets including such horse or horses shall be deducted from the Quinella Pool and money refunded to the purchasers of tickets on the horse or horses so excused or prevented from racing. (e) Should there be no tickets sold on the winning combination in a Quinella race, any and all Quinella tickets bearing the number of the individual win horse and any and all Quinella tickets bearing the number of the individual place horse shall be deemed winning tickets and the payout shall be calculated as a place pool. (f) Should there be no tickets sold on the winning combination in a Quinella race and should there be no Quinella tickets sold bearing the number of the individual win horse, any and all Quinella tickets bearing the number of the individual place horse shall be deemed winning tickets and the payout shall be calculated as a win pool. (g) Should there be no tickets on the winning combination in a Quinella race, and should there be no Quinella tickets sold bearing the number of the individual place horse, any and all Quinella tickets bearing the number of the individual win horse shall be deemed winning tickets and the payout shall be calculated as a win pool. (h) Should there be no tickets on the winning combination in a Quinella race, and should there be no Quinella tickets sold bearing the number of the individual win horse, and should there be no Quinella tickets sold bearing the number of the individual place horse, the Quinella shall be deemed "No Contest" and all money in the Quinella shall be promptly refunded. (i) Should, after an official start is effected, only one horse finish the Quinella race, the total money is figured as a win pool, with those who have picked that one horse in the race participating in the pool. (j) Should a two horse dead-heat for win result in a Quinella race, the two horses involved in the dead-heat shall be winners of the Quinella race. (k) Should a multiple dead-heat for win result in a Quinella race, all horses involved in the dead-heat shall be winners of the Quinella race and payouts figured accordingly. Example: Should numbers 1, 3 and 5 dead-heat for win, the winning Quinella combinations would be 1-3, 1-5, 3-1, 3-5, 5-1 and 5-3. The net pool after deducting the amounts wagered on the winning combinations will be equally distributed in payout calculations on the winning combinations. (l) Should a two-horse dead-heat for place result in a Quinella race, the total pool is calculated as a place pool. (m) Should a multiple dead-heat for place result in a Quinella race, all combinations coupling the winning horse with the individual place horses shall be winners of the Quinella race and payouts calculated accordingly. NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 19440 and 19590, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Section 19590, Business and Professions Code. HISTORY: 1. Amendment filed 12-23-96; effective 1-22-97.
 

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