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In a quinella wheel bet, the bettor would make a $2 quinella bet as 2-6-7. The total bet size would be $6: 4-2 and 2-4, 4-6 and 6-4, and 4-7 and 7-4 are all winning combinations.

## How much is a $2 quinella?

The cost of a quinella box bet rises rapidly as more horses are added to the ticket: $2 quinella with 3 horses: $6. $2 quinella with 4 horses: $12. $2 quinella with 5 horses: $20.

## How much does a quinella bet cost?

A two-horse quinella costs $1 for a 100 per cent return of the quinella payout. A three-horse quinella for $1 will cost $3 — $1 for every runner. If you were to select five runners in your boxed quinella, this would cost $10 for a $1 unit.

## How is a quinella payout calculated?

By multiplying the expected win dividends (4 x 6) and dividing by two, you can reasonably expect the quinella to pay $12. Thus you know that you will need to place at least $4 and probably $5 on the quinella. A $5 bet on the quinella could return you around $60.

## How much does a $2 bet pay?

Standard Win Bets and Payouts

Odds | $ Payout | $2 Payout |
---|---|---|

1/5 | $2.40 | $5.60 |

2/5 | $2.80 | $6.00 |

1/2 | $3.00 | $7.00 |

3/5 | $3.20 | $8.00 |

## What is the difference between a quinella and a boxed quinella?

No question the exacta is the better play, paying out roughly 30 percent more. Yet, if used a $5 Exacta Box (two $5 bets) versus a $10 quinella wager and the same 7-1 horse won and the favorite came in second place, the quinella would pay out approximately 15 to 20 percent more.

## How does a quinella work in horse racing?

The definition of a Quinella bet is fairly straight forward: select two horses to finish one and two. As long as those are the first two finishers – in either order – you’re a winner! Yes: this is the same bet as an Exacta Box, but it’s a separate betting pool, so there is a different payout on Quinella betting.

## What’s a quinella bet?

noun. a type of bet, especially on horse races, in which the bettor, in order to win, must select the first- and second-place finishers without specifying their order of finishing.

## What is a flexi quinella?

Flexi Betting allows you to take virtually as many combinations in a Quinella as you wish and you nominate the total amount you wish to spend. … If successful, you will receive a percentage of the displayed dividend equal to the Flexi percentage of the bet you have placed.

## How many different quinella bets are possible?

There are 28 different Quinella bets possible.

## How is quinella dividend calculated?

The payout on your boxed quinella bet depends on your flexi percentage. Simply multiply the percentage by the official dividend, and that is your payout for the quinella. For example: if the quinella dividend is $50 and your flexi percentage is 200%, your payout is $100.

## What is first 4 in horse racing?

Straight First 4

This, simply, means picking four horses to finish in correct order from 1st to 4th to finish in that order you select.

## How much does a quaddie cost?

For a standard quaddie, the cost for three runners per leg (3x3x3x3) is $81 for a full unit. If you’re wanting to spend less than that, select a “Flexi Quaddie” which gives you the freedom to spend as much as you want, but for a lower stake in the quaddie.

## How much is a $2 superfecta box bet?

A straight superfecta bet 2-3-5-6, usually offered in a minimum denomination of $2, would cost you $2, and would win only if the final order of finish was 2-3-5-6. Of course, this would give you only one of the possible 1,680 combinations in an 8-horse field.

## What are 1 to 2 odds?

1/2: For every 2 units you stake, you will receive 1 unit if you win (plus your stake). Sometimes you will see Evens or EVS displayed. This is the equivalent of a 1/1 fraction. Again it means the horse in question is expected to win the race.