(A) The object of these wagers is to select a quinella as defined in paragraph (A) of rule 3769-13-20 or a perfecta as defined in paragraph (A) of rule 3769-13-21 of the Administrative Code in each of two consecutive races prior to the first race of the consecutive races with no exchange of tickets between the first and second race. Permit holders may use other names for these wagers but the commission must be notified of such name changes.
(B) These pools are entirely separate pools and are generally calculated as a win pool.
(C) If a horse is scratched prior to the first race of each type of wager, all tickets sold on the scratch horse will be refunded.
(D) In either wager, if a horse is scratched after the first race is run, all tickets combining winning combination(s) in the first race with the scratched horse in the second shall become consolation tickets and will be paid that fraction of the net pool derived by dividing the net pool by the total purchase price of all tickets combining the winners of the first race of the particular wager. The total payoff on all tickets combining the winners of the first race of either wager with the scratched horse in the second race of either wager as determined by the method set forth in this rule shall be deducted from the net pool.
(E) In either wager, if there is a dead heat for win or place in the first race, combinations eligible for payoffs in regular quinellas (see paragraphs (D) and (E) of rule 3769-13-20) and perfectas (see paragraphs (D) and (E) of rule 3769-13-21 of the Administrative Code) respectively will be considered eligible for participation in the second race of the quinella double or perfecta double.
(F) In the event of a dead heat for win or place in the second race of these wagers, the pool will be calculated and distributed as a place pool to those having selected the first race correctly and those having selected the combinations in the second race that would be eligible for a payoff in either a regular quinella or perfecta respectively.
(G) If, for any reason, the first race is canceled or declared no contest, in either wager, a full and complete refund of the appropriate pool shall be made.
(H) If the second race of either wager is canceled, the pool shall be calculated as a win pool and distributed to those holding tickets combining the winning horses in the first race of the wager.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/11/2008 and 09/11/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3769.03
Rule Amplifies: 3769.03
Prior Effective Dates: 5/21/90