With another racing season coming to an end, Woodbine Entertainment announced this week that it will be making mandatory payments for the Jackpot High-5. The horse racing operator said the payment for the Standard Bread game will be at Mohawk Park in Woodbine on Friday, December 23, 2022. Carryover on payments is over C$336,000 and bets will be suspended until there is a draw.
Each year, Jackpot Hi-5 mandatory payments occur on the operator’s last card of the Standardbred season and occur just before the Christmas holidays. This continues the trend of horse racing leaders offering significant betting opportunities during the holidays. 릴게임사이트 This year’s payment is 336.533.29 Canadian dollars, which is useful for one of the riders.
Mandatory payments will be made on the last card of the Standard Bread season on Friday, December 23, 2022. In order to participate in the competition, horses must choose to predict the top five athletes in order. However, horses can only win the full prize if they have the only winning ticket for the bet that evening.
If there are multiple winners, half of the pool will be paid, and the rest of the prize money will be paid in full this week in addition to the carryover for the next draw. The minimum entry for the Jackpot Hi-5 is C$0.20 and 15% take-out is available.
The entry for Friday’s Standardbread card and Jackpot Hi-5 mandatory payment race at Woodbine Mohawk Park was announced by the operator on Tuesday afternoon. Meanwhile, the post-time for the final racing card of the track season is set for 7 p.m. Racing dates for the 2023 live racing season will be announced in the near future.
Woodbine Entertainment also recently saw the end of the love red season, and was featured in the history book. In a press release, the horse racing leader announced that the 2022 season created the largest all-source single-season handle at C$621,782,346, thus breaking the record set in 2018 for just over C$533 million.
The Toronto track set an all-source single-season handle record at C$621,782,346, while continuing the track’s strong overseas market performance, setting a foreign handle record of C$515 million and averaging C$519,016 per race for the track in 2022
In December, the Ontario Horse Racing Leader announced that it would be rebranding Queen’s plate due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Starting next year, the race will be known as the King’s Plate, as the Queen was succeeded by King Charles III. The prestigious event will take place on August 20, 2023 at Woodbine Racecourse.