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## How much is a $2 quinella bet?

A quinella bet of 4-5 for $2 will **pay for both 5-4 and 4-5 finishes**. By contrast, an exacta bet for the same set of winning combinations would be $4, because only one combination can win per bet using the exacta model. To counter this, a lot of horse racing tracks are letting bettors place $1 exacta bets.

## What is boxed quinella?

Boxed Quinella – A Boxed Quinella **lets you combine as many runners as you like in your Quinella bet**. If any two of your selections finish 1st and 2nd, your Quinella is resulted as a winning bet. Banker Quinella – If you fancy a runner as a certainty to win, then a Banker Quinella is what you’re after.

## What is difference between quinella and exacta?

**An exacta is similar to a quinella** in that it involved the first two horses, but with the Exacta you must pick the first two horses in the exact finishing order. You might choose the Exacta over a Quinella if you think one horse has a clear advantage over your second pick.

## Is quinella a good bet?

Quinella betting for horse racing gives **you a good chance at solid payback** for a relatively simple wager. It comes into play whenever you can correctly predict the first two horses in the official order of finish of a horse race.

## What is a 4 horse bet called?

**The superfecta** is a type of wager in USA and Canada parimutuel betting in which the bettor, in order to win, must pick the first four finishers of a race in the correct sequence.

## 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.

## Why is it called a quinella?

quinella (n.)

**form of betting in which the bettor picks the first and second horses in a given race, 1942, American English**, from American Spanish quiniela, originally a ball game with five players, from Latin quini “five each,” from quinque “five” (from PIE root *penkwe- “five”).

## How is quinella 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 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**.

## How do you calculate first 4 odds?

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.

## What is a quinella flexi bet?

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**. TABtouch calculates the Flexi percentage of the investment you have placed by dividing the total spend by the number of combinations selected.