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How Kentucky Derby winning horse's positive drug test will impact winning bets
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Vaccinated fans will be separated from those who are unvaccinated. FOX Business’ Lydia Hu with more.
Some gamblers truly have terrible luck.
The horse racing world was recently rocked when it was announced that the winner of this year’s Kentucky Derby had tested positive for steroids and may be disqualified. While the horse’s owner denies any wrongdoing, it’s unclear what horse will be named the winner of the race in the long term.
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Unfortunately, for gamblers, there isn’t any question at all about what will happen.
When it comes to betting on horse races, once the betting results are determined to be final, that cannot be changed regardless of mistakes by the track or appeal, the Courier-Journal reports. Bob Heleringer, author of "Equine Regulatory Law," told the news outlet this is one of "the most irrevocable standards in racing."