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Betting By Sports:
* Auto racing
* Horse Rules
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Betting Types and Info:
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List of Supported Tracks:
Class A - Major Tracks:
3. Bay Meadows
4. Bay Meadows Fair
5. Belmont Park
6. Beulah Park
7. Calder Race Course
8. Canterbury Park
9. Charles Town
10. Churchill Downs
11. Colonial Downs
12. Del Mar
13. Delaware Park
14. Ellis Park
15. Emerald Downs
18. Fresno Fair
19. Golden Gate
22. Hollywood Park
23. Hoosier Park
24. Indiana Downs
26. Kentucky Downs
27. Laurel Park
28. Lone Star
29. Louisiana Downs
31. Monmouth Park
33. Oaklawn Park
36. Prairie Meadows
37. Retama Park
38. Sam Houston
39. Santa Anita
40. Santa Rosa
44. Suffolk Downs
45. Sunland Park
46. Tampa Bay Downs
49. Turf Paradise
Class B - Minor Tracks:
1. ++Balmoral Park
2. ++Dover Downs
3. ++Maywood Park
4. ++NorthField Park
5. ++The Meadowlands
6. Delta Downs
7. Evangeline Downs
8. Fairmount Park
9. Finger Lakes
10. Great Lakes Downs
11. Hastings Park
12. Los Alamitos
13. Penn National
15. Portland Meadows
16. River Downs
17. Ruidoso Downs
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How To Bet Horses - Straight Wagers ( WIN, PLACE, SHOW )
One of the most intimidating experiences for a new fan is learning how
to place their first wager and how much they must invest. Below are the
types of wagers offered on certain races as well as how much they will
cost. We hope this step-by-step guide makes your trip to the races a
Of course, the higher the payoff the more one's attention is attracted.
While most newcomers don't realize, the higher the payoff, the harder it
is to select the winning combination.
A "WIN" bet is just what it sounds like: betting that the horse you pick
will win the race. You win if the horse wins.
For a horse to "PLACE" it must finish the race either first or second.
Obviously this bet is a little less risky so the return will not be as
For a horse to "SHOW" it must finish the race either first, second or
third. This is a conservative bet but still can be profitable if you
pick your spots.
ACROSS THE BOARD
This is a quick and easy way to say that I want to play my horse in all
three positions. ($2 Across The Board = $2 to win, $2 to place, and $2
to show). If the horse wins you collect all three bets. If the horse
finishes 2nd then you collect the place and show bets. If the horse
finishes 3rd then you will only collect the show bet.
Now that you know what type of bets you will be making you must decide
how much you want to risk for the whole day. It is suggested that you
separate the money you want to play with from the money you want to take
home. This way, win or lose you can find the enjoyment that makes
thoroughbred horse racing one of the most popular spectator sports in
How To Bet Horses - Exotic Wagers
Examples of these are the Exacta, Quinella Trifecta, Daily Double,
Superfecta and Daily Triple/Pick 3. Needless to say, these wagers are
all more difficult than WIN, PLACE or SHOW because they require multiple
selections to finish in the proper order.
The daily double involves picking the winning horse in two consecutive
races. All tracks offer the early daily double which involves races #1
and #2. Most tracks also offer a late daily double which is the last two
races of the day. Some tracks also offer a rolling daily double which is
on any two consecutive races. To win a daily double you must pick the
winning horse in each of the two races. Multiple combinations can be
used when playing the double. Wheeling and keying horses in any leg of
the daily is accepted.
In the Quinella, you must pick the horses that finish first and second.
Either one can be first and the other one second. This bet is exactly
the same as the "Exacta Box". Although the Quinella has the same
function as the "Exacta Box" the payoff can vary substantially. You must
remember that there is no such wager of an exacta box, it is really two
separate bets on one ticket. The Quinella wagers are entered into their
own pool separate from the exacta pool. Not all tracks offer the
Quinella wager, but to the best of my knowledge all tracks accept the
term exacta box where ever the exacta wager is offered. If both the
Quinella and Exacta wagers are offered it is wise to check the tote
board before making a Quinella or Exact Box wager to see which one
offers the greater payoff.
With this bet you must pick the first two finishing horses in the order
of their finish. In other words, you must pick the horse that wins and
the horse that finishes second. Again a exacta can also be played using
multiple combinations. Wheeling, keying and boxing horses in exacta’s is
a popular bet at the track.
With this bet you must pick the first three finishing horses in the
order of their finish. In other words, you must pick the horse that
wins, the horse that finishes second and the horse that finishes third.
With this bet you must pick the first four finishing horses in the order
of their finish. In other words, you must pick the horse that wins, the
horse that finishes second, third, and fourth.
In order to win a Pick 3 bet you are required to select the winning
horse in three consecutive races. Many tracks offer the pick 3 and most
even offer a rolling pick 3
Same as the pick 3 but you must successfully pick the winners of four
consecutive races. This is a relatively new bet and not all tracks offer it.
Boxing horses in exotics
A "box" Is when you use multiple horses taking all possible combinations
in that particular bet. If you have determined that two, three, or four
horses are the best in the race but you are not sure which one will win,
run second, third, or fourth the “box” may be your best bet.
Example: A $1 dollar superfecta box using the 1-2-3-4-5. This means four
of your five horses must finish in the top four to be a winner. Same
example applies to Exacta (top two finishers) & Trifectas (top three
Keying horses in exotics
A “key” is when you use a single horse to win, run second, or third
using multiple horses in front of him or behind him.
Example: A $1 dollar pick 3, the 2 horse with the 3-4-5 with the
3-4-5-6. This means the 2 horse must win the first leg of your pick 3
either the 3-4 or 5 must win the second leg and the 3-4-5 or 6 must win
the third leg to win your bet. Same concept applies to exactas, Daily
doubles, trifectas, superfectas, and pick 4’s.
Wheeling horses in exotics
A wheel is when you use a single horse in a position with multiple
horses finishing ahead or in some cases behind the horse your wheeling.
In many cases a “wheel” and a “key” can be considered the same thing
Example: A $2 dollar Exacta, the 1 horse with the 2-3-4. This means the
1 horse must win the race and the 2,3,or 4 must run second to win the
bet. Another example might be a $2 dollar Exacta the 2-3-4 horse with
the 1 this means the 2,3,or 4 must win and the 1 must run second. The
same theory applies when betting Trifectas, Superfectas and multi race
Part wheels are offered at a $1 minimum bet per combination -- $2
minimum total cost. Part wheels are when you use multiple horses in
Example: A $1 dollar Trifecta part wheel the 1-2 horse with 1-2-3 with
1-2-3-4-5 this means the 1 or 2 must win the race the 1-2-3 must run
second and the 1-2-3-4-5 must finish third for the bet to win. Same
theory applies to the exacta and Superfecta. A part wheel can be used in
the pick 3’s and 4’s but obviously the hoses used must win the race.