To maintain a fair and secure environment for everyone involved in our platform, we have established specific race entry limits. These limits ensure equal opportunities and prevent any potential misuse of our system.
When you sign up for ZED RUN and create an account, you agree to our Terms and Conditions outlined [here]. Clause 4 of these Terms and Conditions provides details on user restrictions and prohibited behaviour.
Prohibited Behaviours apply comprehensively to users of the ZED RUN platform, including:
All stables owned or controlled by a user
All racehorses owned or controlled by a user, including borrowed or lent racehorses
All IP addresses used by a user.
Race Entry Limits
a) Paid races, Tournaments and Special Events: A user, irrespective of the number of stables they own, is limited to participating in a race.
In a six-gate race, a user may enter a maximum of two horses.
In a twelve-gate race, they may enter a maximum of three horses in any single race.
In tournaments, a user may enter a number of racehorses no greater than one third of the total number of entrants. For example, in an 18 racehorse tournament, a user can enter no more than six racehorses, in a 24 racehorse tournament, a user can enter no more than eight racehorses.
In Special Events, a user may enter a number of racehorses no greater than one third of the total number of entrants.
b) Free-to-enter races: A user may only participate in a free-to-enter race by entering one racehorse. Entering more than one racehorse in free-to-enter races is prohibited.
Consequences for Non-Compliance
Failure to comply with these race entry rules may lead to:
Disqualification - Users not adhering to the rules may be disqualified from racing events
Prize Removal - Users found to violate the rules may be disqualified, and lose eligibility to receive a prize, or be required to return a prize
Temporary Ban of Stable - First Instance of Prohibited Behaviour
Permanent Ban of Stable - Second Instance of Prohibited Behaviour
Temporary Ban of Racehorse - Instances of Prohibited Behaviour for a Racehorse with Multiple Stables who have been banned
Permanent Ban of Racehorse - Second Instance of Prohibited Behaviour of a previously banned racehorse.
If you are banned or disqualified, you will be allowed to appeal the restriction.