There are multiple different methods in regards to Quinella bets. Exacta's are more straight forward to understand. Below is a breakdown of the different types of Quinellas and exacta.
- Standard Quinella – A Standard Quinella is when two runners must be selected to place First or Second in any order for the wager to be successful.
- Standout Quinella – A Standout Quinella is where a punter can select as many runners as they like from the same race, however, the punter must nominate the runner they think will place First or Second to the nominated selection. One of the other selections must finish either First or Second to the nominated standout selection.
- Box Quinella – A Box Quinella is when more than two selections are made, up to the total number of runners in that event. However, two of the selections must place First or Second in any order for the wager to be successful. The more runners that are ‘Boxed’ in a Quinella, the higher the number of combinations.
- Exactas – An Exacta is when the first two place-getters are selected and nominated in that order for the wager to be successful. Standout and boxed exactas are available with sportsbet.com.au.