"Given the combination of varying picture delays to which many customers are now subject and the particular sensitive nature of in-running racing, as of today’s date we will no longer offer racing in-running. We may review this if circumstances change".
However this only applies to greyhound racing. How can the same reasoning not be applied to horse racing with much more money involved and even hurdles and fences to jump?
I suppose the only justification for this rule applying to greyhound racing rather than horseracing would be the relatively short duration of greyhound races where a time delay of a few seconds could make an enormous difference.
Having said that, I would personally be in favour of abandoning ‘in-running’ betting altogether.
I nearly fell through the floor when I read Eddies Thread title,geezus wept,thank goodness its only Greyhounds,I Play/Lay daily,just to rustle up a ton! True though what you say Ricky about the On-Course players,I’ve been in there watching them,different league to me I’m afraid,Its like buying money though when you have plenty to speculate with.These guys will lay something at 5/1 for a Monkey whereas I’m trying to lay something at Evs or less for £50,I dodge away though!