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Bet Payoffs

Approximate Win Payoffs

(based on a $2 wager)

Odds Payoff Odds Payoff
1 - 9 $2.20 2 - 1 $6.00
1 - 5 $2.40 5 - 2 $7.00
2- 5 $2.80 3 - 1 $8.00
1 - 2 $3.00 7 - 2 $9.00
3 - 5 $3.20 4 - 1 $10.00
4 - 5 $3.60 9 - 2 $11.00
1 - 1 $4.20 5 - 1 $12.00
6 - 5 $4.80 6 - 1 $14.00
7 - 5 $4.80 7 - 1 $16.00
3 - 2 $5.00 8 - 1 $18.00
8 - 5 $5.20 9 - 1 $20.00
9 - 5 $5.60 10 - 1 $22.00

 

Type Of Wagers

1. WIN -

To collect, your selection must finish 1st.

2. PLACE -

To collect, your selection must finish 1st or 2nd. 

3. SHOW -

To collect, your selection must finish 1st, 2nd, or 3rd.

4. DAILY DOUBLE -

To collect, you must select the winners of two consecutive races.

5. QUINELLA -

To collect, you must pick the first two horses to finish, but not in the exact order.

6. EXACTA -

To collect, you must pick the first two horses to finish in the exact order.

7. TRIFECTA -

You must pick the first three horses to finish, in the exact order they finish.

8. ACROSS THE BOARD (WPS): -

A bet on a horse to Win, Place and Show. If the horse wins, the player collects three ways; if second, two ways; and if third, one way, losing the win and place bets.

9. PICK THREE -

To collect, you must select the winners of three consecutive races

10. PICK SIX -

Selecting the winners of the last six consecutive races. You must make your Pick 6 wager prior to the first Pick 6 race.

Racing Terminology

Across The Board -

Three equal bets, to win, place and show, on a single horse.

Blinkers -

Headgear worn by a horse to limit his vision and prevent distractions.

Breezing -

A horse working under restraint. 

Claiming Race -

A race for horses that are eligible to be purchased for a specified price by the licensed owner. This tends to equalize the level of competition because an owner is unlikely to enter a $10,000 horse in a race for $5,000 claimers and risk having it claimed. 

Colt -

A male horse under the age of five. 

Dam -

Mother.

Driving -

Running under extreme urging. 

Entry -

Two or more horses with the same owner or trainer that run as a single betting interest. 

Filly -

Female horse under the age of five.

Furlong -

One eighth of a mile. Originally a “furrow long” or the length of a plowed field. 
 

Gelding -

 A castrated male horse. 

Handicap Race (HCP) -

A race for better quality horses in which weight carried is assigned to the horses by the Racing Secretary based on an assessment of their past ability. Better horses get higher weights to enable horses with a lesser record to have a chance to win. 

Handily -

A horse working or racing with ease and without urging. 

Handle -

Amount of money waged on a race or in a day. 

Inquiry -

Investigation by the stewards of a foul or violation which occurred during the running of a race. 

Lasix -

A horse that has not yet won a race.

Maiden -

A horse that has not yet won a race.

Mare -

Female horse five years old or older. 

Morning Line -

The track handicapper’s estimate of the probable odds for each horse at post time. 

Paddock -

The area where the horses are brought before the race to be saddled and mounted by their jockey’s.