Australian online bookmakers offer a host of selected bet types for you to wager on Singapore horse racing. All the usual bets that you place on Australian races is also available when you bet on Singapore horse racing.
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Singapore Horse Betting Options
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Traditional Horse Racing Bet Types:
Win Only: A Win Only bet means that you have placed a wager on a horse to win the race.
Place Only: A Place Only bet means that the horse you placed your wager on must run in the first three placings. Regardless of whether your horse is placed 1st, 2nd, or third, you will be paid for being placed. You do not get paid any extra should your horse win the race.
Eachway: An Eachway bet means that you have placed a wager on a horse to both win and run a placing (to run in the first three). Generally speaking, people that bet on longshots will bet eachway so that they still get a return should their horse not win but be placed at big odds.
Exotic Horse Racing Bet Types:
Quinella: The quinella bet is when you bet on a horses to run 1st and second. The order of the placings does not matter so long as you have both the place getters on your horse racing bet.
Some people like to take one or more horses as a banker with multiple horses to run the first or second placing with their selection/s. These wagers only win if you have picked both placings.
For example horse 1 with the field does not pay out if the numbers are 2-12-3 despite the fact that both 2 and 12 are on your “field” section of your ticket.
Duet: The Duetbet type is a wager is similar to the quinella bet type except that you are betting on picking any two of the first three placings. You may couple up 1st and 2nd or 1st and third or 2nd and third to be paid out.
Exacta: The Exactabet is similar to both the Duet and the Quinella bet types except that the selections unlike those bet types, you must pick the first and second place getters in correct order to be paid.
Trifecta: The Trifecta bet type is when you place a wager on correctly selecting the first three place getters across the line in correct order. You may select the first three place getters in any order should you box your selections. Boxing your selections will cost you more but it takes away any anguish you may experience for having the selections on your betting slip but in incorrect order.
First 4– Pick4: The First 4 is a bet type that requires you to pick the first four placegetters across the line in correct order. Again, like the trifecta bets, you may box your selections but again, this is more expensive.
Treble: The Treblebet type is where you place a wager selecting the winners of three preselected races.
Quadrella: The Quadrella bet type is similar to the treble bet type except in the case of the Quaddie you are placing a wager on the winner of four preselected races.
All Up – Parlay Betting: The All Up bet or Parlay Bet is when you place a wager on one or more horses to win or place in more than one race. Any and all winnings from your first selection will automatically be reinvested onto your next selection.
Betting Odds: Horse racing betting odds are displayed in the decimal format for your convenience. Some online bookmakers will also display odds in fractions for those that prefer their prices being displayed the old fashioned way.