We all make errors of judgement. That dodgy kebab after you stumble out of a club, the decision to buy a Mumford and Sons ticket, or forgetting to record the latest episode of Game of Thrones and having the twist ruined by everyone you know.
Judge David Smith pulled out a whopper at Kempton last Wednesday which left plenty of punters taking a hit.
The result of the 7.20pm was officially given as a dead-heat between evens favourite Extra Noble and 16/1 outsider Fire Fighting.
That decision was amended by the British Horseracing Authority on Monday, giving Extra Noble the win, after eagle-eyed punters voiced reservations about the result.
Paddy Power is now making sure punters don’t suffer any longer.
We are paying out all single bets on Extra Noble in full after the result was amended, giving punters the money they deserve – that’s real cash in your pocket or your e-wallet.