Welcome to one of my passions which is the USA Horse Racing. A few of you have asked about the different types of bets you can play .So below after the picks you will see an explanation on how they work. All prices are in Dollars as its mainly pool betting and i use Bet 365 which when you place your bet is staked in Dollars even though it is £s equivalent hat are taken. Some big wins can be had on these pools. Have a go small stakes enjoy the Action Stateside. If enough are interested i will do some of these as picks for you
BACK 1-2 ON 365 OR BETER PRICES ON BETFAIR
Race 1: #2 Unbridled Richard
Race 2: #3 Hawkeye Declan
Race 3: #3 Majestic Spring
Race 4: #9 Fabulous Miss Bea
Race 5: #5 Wow Wow Warrior
Race 6: #1 Scorpionbdancing
Race 7: #3 Zarch
Race 8: #3 Cute Boy
Race 9: #2 Ethan’s Tune
Race 1: #2 Four Point Zero
Race 2: #2 Take What You Can
Race 3: #4 King Kid
Race 4: #6 Badge of Honor
Race 5: #4 Loca’s Hermano
Race 6: #5 Oh My Gravy
Race 7: #4 Laugh At Life
Race 8: #4 Rallydownthealley
Race 9: #9 El Plato
Types of Wagering
Win – Your selection must finish 1st.
Place – Your selection must finish 1st or 2nd.
Show – Your selection must finish 1st, 2nd or 3rd.
Daily Double – You must select the winner of two consecutive races.
Quinella – You must select the first and second horses in any order.
Exacta – You must select the first two horses to finish in the exact order.
Trifecta – You must select the first three horses to finish in exact order.
Superfecta – You must select the first four horses to finish in exact order.
Pick 3 – You must select the winners of three consecutive races as designated in the program.
Pick 4 – You must select the winners of four consecutive races as designated in the program.
Pick 5 – You must select the winners of five consecutive races as designated in the program.
Pick 6 – You must select the winners of six consecutive races as designated in the program.
Multiple Wagers consist of Daily Doubles, Pick 3’s, Pick 4’s, Pick 6’s and Place Pick All’s. The larger the number of bets the harder it is to pick, as well as the greater the payoff. For these bets, it is recommended to take several combinations of horses in each race to increase your chances of winning (although it does increase the cost).
Types of Multiples
Daily Double - You must correctly select the winners of two consecutive races. Both horses must win in order to collect. The Daily Doubles are most often held on the first two races and the last two races of the day. The minimum bet is typically $2.00..
Pick Three - You must correctly select the winners of three consecutive races. All three must win in order for you to collect. Typically the minimum bet is $1.00.
Pick Four - You must correctly select the winners of four consecutive races. All four must win in order for you to collect. Typically the minimum bet is $1.00.
Pick Six - You must correctly select the winners of six consecutive races. All six must win in order for you to collect. The minimum bet is $2.00. This is the ultimate jackpot wager in the racing industry.
Place Pick All - You may win a major payoff if you correctly select a horse to finish first or second in every race on the entire race card (8, 9 or 10 races). If no ticket contains the winning combination for all races, the payoff will go to the ticket with the highest number of correct selections. The minimum bet is $1.00.
“Grand Slam”- Select a horse to finish either first, second or third in three consecutive races and then the official winner in the next race.
Pick 3 • Pick 4 • Pick 6
Many race tracks have at least one or two available Pick 3’s or Pick 4’s on a card. Some tracks also offer one Pick 6 per card. If there is available Pick 3/4/6 to bet on, there will be a note of it on the first race (or leg) of the wager. The payoff for one of these bets will be shown on the results of the last leg of the wager. For Pick 3’s and Pick 4’s, if nobody has the required number of races correct, they will typically pay out for people who missed one less race. For example, if nobody predicted a Pick 4 correctly, people who had 3 of 4 correct will get paid. In addition, the payoff results would indicate a payoff for “Pick 4 (3 of 4 correct)”. For a Pick 6, typically the track will also give a small payout to bettors who had 5 of the 6 correct. However, if nobody had all 6 correct, the majority of the Pick 6 pool will be carried over to the next racing day, making the subsequent Pick 6 pool even larger.