Lost Betting Tickets
If you have lost your ticket and your details have not been given to the Betting Ring Manager on duty on the raceday, you should then write to AGT with the following details:
- Date of meeting
- Bookmaker's name
- Name of Horse
- Your name and address
AGT will write to the bookmaker who will check his records for the outstanding bet.
If the bookmaker has an outstanding bet that matches the details given, he will forward a cheque to AGT.
This will NOT be paid until a month after the race date in case the original betting ticket is presented for payment.
If the original betting ticket is found by another racegoer/punter, and is then subsequently presented to the bookmaker for payment, the claimant's application for payment will not be paid.
If your details have been given to the Betting Ring Manager, he/she will forward your details to the AGT Office who will then contact the bookmaker as detailed above.
Unclaimed Betting Tickets
If you are in possession of an unclaimed winning ticket you should write to AGT enclosing the original ticket and your name and address. This must NOT be a photocopy of the ticket although it is advisable to take a photocopy before forwarding it to AGT.
AGT will then write to the bookmaker informing him of details of the claim. The bookmaker will check his records for an outstanding bet.
If the bookmaker has an outstanding bet that matches the details given, he will forward a cheque in the racegoers'/punters' name to the AGT LTD. On receipt of this cheque the AGT LTD will then forward it to the racegoer/punter and return the original ticket to the bookmaker.
Tickets are valid for one month (tickets within 6 months of issue are usually settled) from the date of issue. Beyond this time the payment of an unclaimed ticket is at the bookmaker's discretion.
Late Pay Department
3a Kings Hall
St Ives Business Park
Tel. 01480 499184