Basic Bet Types
A Win bet is placed on a horse or dog to finish the race in first position.
A Place Bet is placed on a horse or dog to finish the race in:
- first, second or third position, if there are 8 runners or more in the race;
- if there are less than 7 runners a place bet will be on first and second place;
- if there are fewer than 5 runners there will be no place bet offered.
Each Way Bet
An Each Way Bet is a combined Win and Place bet. Half of the stake will be placed on the win and half of the stake will be placed on the Place.
For example, a $1 Each Way bet will be $1 on the Win and $1 on the Place for a total stake of $2.
An Exacta consists of picking two runners to place first and second in the correct order.
A Quinella consists of nominating two (or more) runners to place first and second in any order.
A Trifecta consists of selecting three runners to place first, second and third in the correct order. You can select as many runners as you want and make it a boxed Trifecta, or also pick a standout for any of the 3 positions.
A First 4 consists of selecting three runners to place first, second, third and then a fourth in the correct order.
Pick the winner of the four consecutive races to pocket a whopping dividend.
Pick the winner of the six consecutive races and score a BIG dividend
Other Bet Types
Insure 2 is a way of placing a Bet that will give you your money back if your horse finishes second in the race.
If you choose Insure 3, you will get your money back if your horse finishes second or third in the race. If you choose Insure Bet, you will get a slightly reduced price, but the comfort of your money back if your horse is denied victory.
Betting Without means you can Bet without the Favourite (smallest Odds) included in the Race, although your Odds will be slightly reduced compared to the Starting Price (SP).
Select whether the combined number of the first 2 places in the race will add up to a total of 7 or 11.
Example; if the number 3 dog comes first and the number 4 dog comes second then the total number of the first two placegetters is 7 and the bet is a winner.
Inside v Outside
Betting on any of the dogs in the inside boxes (number 1, 2, 3 or 4) or the outside boxes (number 5, 6, 7 or 8) to Win. Inside vs Outside won't be available if there are Greyhounds numbered 9 or 10.
Allows you to Bet on whether the winning greyhound will be numbered 1 or 8.
Head to Head
Choose two runners Head to Head from the selections available.
Simply select which horse you think has the best chance of winning against the other. Bets are settled on the highest finishing position.
Please note that due to regulations in certain states, some Head to Head bets may be void depending on location of the track, please refer to T&C's here for further information.
Odds v Evens
Odds vs Evens lets you Bet whether an odd numbered, or an even number Horse or Greyhound will win the race.
Diamond in the Roughies
Select whether the winner of the race will be one of the four horses/greyhounds listed in this market.
Back the Field
Bet on any Greyhound or Harness except the identified selection to win.
Jockey Challenge wagers are available on selected meetings. Win Only bets are accepted on an all-in basis. The winning jockey is decided on a 3, 2, 1 points scoring system.
A dead heat refers to an outcome where two competitors are tied for the same position. In this instance your bet is settled under the dead heat rules for that event.
In the case of scratchings after the declaration of the Final Field, deductions will apply to the face value of winning bets placed at Fixed odds.
Where there are 8 or more runners in a race, a place is paid on first, second and third places.
Where there are 7, 6 or 5 runners in a race, a place is paid on first and second places only. This will be shown in the race result as No Third Dividend.
Where there are less than 5 runners in a race, punters will receive a payout for first place only. Place betting is not permitted.
Future Racing prices are Proprietary Fixed Prices for races where the final field has not been declared.
Bets made before the final field has been declared are ALL IN bets, so if your horse does not run, you will not get a refund, unless it is stated on the individual bet.
If your Selection is an ALL IN Bet, you will see this next to the Race on the Bet Slip:
Before Noms Markets are Futures Events that haven't yet invited horses to officially nominate for that race. After nominations have been declared, Bets will be refunded on horses that are not nominated for the race.
If your Selection is a Before Noms Bet, you will see this next to the Race Title on the Bet Slip.