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Synonyms for dead heat

an equality of scores, votes, or performances in a contest

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a tie in a race

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Of course, it's nice if yours is declared the winner but it's horrible if it's not and, when there's barely a pixel in it, most punters, and probably most owners, trainers and jockeys, too, would happily settle for a dead-heat.
The first dead-heat in Breeders' Cup history completed an amazing treble for Johar's trainer Richard Mandela, who was earlier successful with Halfbridled and Action This Day.
With a PS15,000 first prize, the 'Category One' race is one of the richest prizes in the greyhound racing calendar and the last time one of the sport's elite races was called a dead-heat was for the 1991 Grand National race, held at Hall Green in Birmingham.
Smith, who made a reputation for himself for fast decisions, was attacked on social media sites for announcing the dead-heat in around 40 seconds.
In a race that will be remembered for years to come, punters were left agonising for some 15 minutes until a dead-heat --the first in the 20 years of the Breeders' Cup --was confirmed.
Coastal Bluff's days of glory included a dead-heat with Ya Malak in the Nunthorpe Stakes at York in 1997 with Kevin Darley aboard.
After finishing in a dead-heat for first place with Ervin in the 50-meter freestyle, Hall issued a warning to the rest of the world.
A flared nostril prevented another big race dead-heat as Midnight Line was awarded the narrowest of victories in the Prestige Stakes at Goodwood.
THE BHA is waiting for highresolution pictures of a controversial dead-heat at Kempton on Wednesday to confirm the result after punters took to social media and racing forums to question the call.
The feature Listed digibet Floodlit Stakes saw Godolphin's former St Leger winner Mastery, sent off the 1-2 favourite, dead-heat with 11-1 shot Dansili Dancer in a terrific finish.
Jordan said it was impossible to try to stage a dead-heat in the race, as Schumacher claimed he tried to do here on Sunday.
Ironically the middle leg, the well-backed Pulau Penang, had to be content with only a share of the spoils as Fallon forced the Gerard Butler-trained mare up to dead-heat with Green Casket, ridden by Pat's brother Paul.
color) Anthony Ervin and Gary Hall show their gold medals after their dead-heat finish in the 50-meter freestyle.
Boldly Goes' trainer Chris Fairhurst, registering his first win at York, said: "I'll certainly settle for a dead-heat - I thought we were beaten.
FIRST up it's only right to congratulate GBGB press officer James McCreadie for the outstanding coverage he achieved for last week's triple dead-heat at Wimbledon with many newspapers carrying the photo-finish picture and Radio 5 Live's important evening Drive programme including an interview with Don RM Gary Matthews.