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.
How much does a 4 horse quinella box cost?
The cost of a quinella depends on how many selections are included to fill the first two places. If 3 horses are selected, the quinella will cost $3, if 4 horses are selected $6, 5 = $10, 6 = $15.
How much does it cost to Box 4 horses?
Trifecta Box Costs:
|$1 Trifecta Box with three horses||$6 (6 possible combinations)|
|$1 Trifecta Box with four horses||$24 (24 possible combinations)|
|$1 Trifecta Box with five horses||$60 (60 possible combinations)|
|$1 Trifecta Box with six horses||$120 (120 possible combinations)|
How much does a 3 horse quinella cost?
A 3 horse Quinella Box means there are 3 possible finishing combinations. Your bet will cost $6, $2 per combination.
How much is a $1 exacta box with 4 horses?
|# of Horses||$1 Base Bet Cost|
How much is a $10 trifecta box?
Your choices for third position, in order of preference, are horses 1, 5, 6. Rather than box five horses at the cost of $60 you could play the following. $10 Trifecta part wheel 2,4 WITH 2,4 WITH 1 = 2 $10 combinations = $20.
What is a $2 quinella?
Quinella wagering provides bettors who like to combine horses with an option other than Exacta betting, at half the price. For example, a $2 Quinella 4-5 costs $2 and pays off whether the order of finish is 4-5 or 5-4. To bet a full $2 Exacta including the same combinations of 4-5 and 5-4 would cost you $4.
How much does a 2 Dollar 4 horse trifecta box cost?
Example: You like horses #2 and #3 to finish either first or second in the fourth race and horses #4, #5 or #6 to finish third. Your cost for this bet: $6. The Trifecta Part Wheel allows you to preference your selections.
How much is a 50 cent trifecta box with 4 horses?
Example: A 50-cent Trifecta Wheel 6-All-4 costs $4.50 (in an 11 horse field) because it covers the following 9 different trifecta combinations: 6-1-4, 6-2-4, 6-3-4, 6-5-4, 6-7-4, 6-8-4, 6-9-4, 6-10-4, and 6-11-4. Covers some of the combinations in a particular leg of a wager with the selected horses in the other legs.
What does boxed first 4 mean?
Box First 4
This means having four or more selections and they can finish in any order as long as they fill the first four positions. If you have boxed four horses then to receive 100 per cent of the dividend, you must place $24 at stake.
How much is a $1 exacta box with 3 horses?
Generally offered in a minimum denomination of $1, an exacta box of horses 3-4 would represent 2 possible combinations – 3-4 and 4-3, at a cost of $2. The cost of a $1 exacta box correlates directly to the number of horses and possible combinations in the box.
How much does it cost to Box 6 horses in first 4?
For box First four bets, you multiply the number of selections for 1st place, 2nd place (minus 1), 3rd place (minus 2) and fourth place (minus 3). If you box six horses in a First four bet, it will cost 6 x (6-1) x (6-2) x (6-3) = $360 for a full $1 unit.