Please note we are going to perform scheduled maintenance that may affect your access to this site on Wednesday August 10th from 11pm to around 11:30pm PT

Race Book

Rules

We offers over 60 tracks for Thoroughbred & Harness racing.

We take action on Win, Place and Show wagers, also Exactas, Quinellas, Trifectas, Superfectas, Daily Doubles and Pick 3s, any and all of these If offered by the track.

list of Horse Tracks
Below you will find a list of Horse Wager Types that we offers all of its customers.

 

Win, Place, and Show Wagers
Horse wagering is totally and completely different than that of sports betting.
Bettors may wager on a given horse in a race to “win” (finish first), “place” (finish second), “show” (finish third), or they may wager “across the board” (to win, place, and show).
The odds for each horse to win, place, or show is entirely dependent on the amount of money bet into the pari-mutual pool.
The horse that finishes first will have payout odds on finishing first, second, and third. The horse that finishes second will have payout odds on finishing second, and third. The horse that finishes third will have payout odds on finishing third only.

  • Win: If you wagered on a horse to win only then that horse must finish first for the wager to be a winner. If the horse finishes first in the race then the wager will be paid off according to the Win odds.
  • Place: If you wagered on a horse to place only then that horse must either finish first, or second for the wager to be a winner. If the horse finishes first or second then the wager will be paid off according to the Place odds.
  • Show: If you wagered on a horse to show only then that horse must either finish first, second, or third for that wager to be a winner. If the horse finishes first, second, or third then the wager will be paid off according to the Show odds.
  • Across the Board: If you wagered “across the board” on a horse and it finished first in the race, you would be paid odds for the win, place, and show bets. If the horse finished second in the race you would be paid odds on the place and show bets. If the horse finished third in the race you would be paid odds on the show bet only.
  • Other Straight Wagers: You can also bet win and place, win and show, and place and show bets on a horse.

 

Exacta wagers

 

Exacta wagers require the player to pick the first two finishers in a race in exact order. This means that the player selects a horse to finish first, and a horse to finish second. Therefore the horse chosen to finish first MUST finish first and the horse chosen to finish second MUST finish second for this wager to be a winner. If the horse chosen to finish first does not then the wager is a loser. If the horse chosen to finish second does not then the wager is a loser.

  • Exacta wager example:

A player wants to bet 2 horses in a $10 exacta. The horses are Mylovelylady and Shesawinner.

Mylovelylady to win
Shesawinner to place
Risking $10.

 

Exacta Box wagers

 

An exacta box wager is a multiple bet wager. The amount of bets depends on how many horses you select. Basically it is an exacta wager and then reversing the horses. Therefore if you select horse A to finish first and horse D to finish second, you also have a wager on horse D to finish first and horse A to finish second. You have 2 bets if it is a two horse exacta box (AD, and DA). An exacta box with 3 horses will have 6 bets (AD, AC, DC, DA, CA, and CD).

  • Exacta Box Example:

A player wants to put three horses in an exacta box for $10 each. The horses are Mylovelylady, Bluesmandan, and Shesawinnner.
Below you will find the combinations and the total amount risked for this $10 exacta box.

Mylovelylady to Win
Bluesmandan to Place
Risking $10.
Mylovelylady to Win
Shesawinner to Place
Risking $10.
Shesawinner to Win
Bluesmandan to Place
Risking $10
Bluesmandan to Win
Mylovelylady to Place
Risking $10.
Shesawinner to Win
Mylovelylady to Place
Risking $10
Bluesmandan to Win
Shesawinner to Place
Risking $10

The total risk for this player for this $10 exacta box will be $60.

 

Quinella Wagers

 

A quinella wager is just like an exacta box wager, where the player selects the horse to come in first and second, and gets the same horses in reverse order with no additional risk.

  • Quinella Wager Example:

A player wants to bet 2 horses in a $10 quinella. The horses are Mylovelylady and Shesawinner.
Below is an example of what the bet details are.

Mylovelylady to win
Shesawinner to place
AND
Shesawinner to win
Mylovelylady to place
Risking $10

 

Quinella Box

 

Like the exacta box the quinella box is a multiple bet wager. The more horses you select the more quinella bet combinations you will have. Each combination is a separate bet.

  • Quinella Box Example:

A player wants to put three horses in a quinella box for $10 each. The horses are Mylovelylady, Bluesmandan, and Shesawinnner. Below you will find the combinations and the total amount risked for this $10 quinella box.

Mylovelylady to Win
Bluesmandan to Place
AND
Bluesmandan to Win
Mylovelylady to Place
Risking $10.
Mylovelylady to Win
Shesawinner to Place
AND
Shesawinner to Win
Mylovelylady to Place
Risking $10.
Bluesmandan to Win
Shesawinner to Place
AND
Shesawinner to Win
Bluesmandan to Place
Risking $10

The total risk for this player for this $10 Quinella box will be $30

 

Daily Double

 

Daily Double wagers require the bettor to pick the winners of two designated races, usually the 1st and 2nd, 2nd and 3rd, or 8th and 9th.

 

Trifecta Wagers

 

Trifecta wagers require the player to pick the first three finishers in a race in exact order. This means that the player selects a horse to finish first, a horse to finish second and a horse to finish third. If all 3 horses chosen do not finish in that order, the wager is a loser.

  • Trifecta Wagers Example:

A player wants to bet 3 horses in a $10 trifecta. The horses are Mylovelylady, Shesawinner and foxylady.

Mylovelylady to win
Shesawinner to place
Foxylady to show
Risking $10.

 

Trifecta Box

 

A trifecta box wager is a multiple bet wager. The amount of bets depends on how many horses you select. Basically it is a trifecta wager with all possible combinations. Therefore if you select horses A, B and C you will have 6 possible combinations ( A,B,C – A,C,B – B,A,C – B,C,A – C,A,B – C,B,A )

  • Trifecta Box wager Example:
Mylovelylady
Shesawinner
Foxylady
$10 Trifecta Box,
for a total of $60 at risk
.

 

Pick 3

 

Pick 3 wagers require the player to pick the winners of 3 consecutive winners on the same track. If one of the horses does not win then the wager will be graded as a loser.

  • Pick 3 Example:
Mylovelylady to win in Race 1
Shesawinner to win in Race 2
Foxylady to win in Race 3
$10 Pick 3

Supported browsers: