In Place pools, you can win by selecting a horse to be placed in each of the races listed in the pool. A horse qualifies as placed when it finishes in the first few positions. The exact number of positions that are considered “placed” positions (or “places”) is determined by the number of runners in the race. The number of places available is clearly shown on the coupon for each leg.
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