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dead heat

a. a race or contest in which two or more participants tie for first place
b. a tie between two or more contestants in any position
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He doesn't appeal in a much classier contest so we find ourselves looking at the other horse involved in the dead-heat, Fashion Line.
I had a look up and the camera was on Connor and this young man can't stop riding winners so I was just glad to force the dead-heat.
In 1994, at Kempton, Stickels declared a dead-heat between Absalom's Lady and Large Action before realising Absalom's Lady was the winner.
The first ever greyhound triple dead-heat was at Doncaster in 1945 and there was another triple dead-heat at Shawfield Stadium, Glasgow, in 1972.
I was happy to settle for the dead-heat - it would have been desperate to lose out and he's the first horse to have won this race twice," said Kinane.
The two 16-1 shots could not be separated, so our lucky dozen now share top place with the full 16-points profit, because our rules give full price to any dead-heat winners.
Other notable performances this season included a dead-heat for the win between Frank Fletcher Racing Operations Inc.
GREYHOUND racers say they have seen the first dead-heat result in more than two decades.
JUDGE Dave Smith was fighting back yesterday in an attempt to clear his name over his dead-heat decision at Kempton that was overruled by the BHA, costing him his job.
The judge was unable to split the pair and for the fourth time in the history of the race, a dead-heat was called.
History was made as High Chaparral landed his second consecutive victory in the Breeders' Cup Turf when he shared a dead-heat with Johar at Santa Anita in California.
ISLINGTON broke the mould for Britain at Santa Anita last night, but the biggest ever Breeders' Cup drama was to follow with a dead-heat between High Chaparral and Johar in the Turf race.