Finally, give the
number of the horse(s) you’re betting on – No names
2. $100 on #6 to
Show.” If #6 comes in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd
place, I win something.
(a) “Santa Anita. Single horse: When betting on a single horse,
consider the following:
. If you don’t
state a specific dollar amount at the counter, your bet will usually be based
on this minimum and be split or multiplied according to the bet.
4. First, give the name of the
track (Churchill, Pimlico, Belmont,
Santa Anita, etc.);
A. If the bet is for later, say the
number of the race between Steps 1 and 2.
So, the language would be something like this: “Churchill
Note: Your bet will automatically be applied to the current race unless you specify a different race that you want to bet on. $2 Exacta on 1 and 6.”
Betting Simplified (I hope)
$100 on #6 to ‘Place’.” If #6 comes in 1st or 2nd place, I win something. The standard bet is usually $2.00.
Examples would be:
2. Second, give the
dollar amount of the bet;
1. If he comes in 3rd place, however, I get
nothing. Betting on the lesser position gives you a win in that
category or higher (but at a lower payoff).
1. Win = the winner; Place = 2nd place; Show = 3rd place
3. Then, give the
type of bet (see below); and