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Betting types

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 01 December, 2007, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 01 December, 2007, 12:00am
 

Tierce Selecting three horses which finish first, second and third in exact order.

Trio Selecting three horses that finish first, second and third in any order.

Win Selecting the horse that wins the race.

Place selected horse must finish first, second or third.

Quinella Selecting two horses, which must finish first and second (in either order).

Quinella place Selecting two horses which must finish in any two of the top three placings.

Double trio Choosing the first three placegetters (in any order) in two nominated races.

Triple trio Choosing the first three placegetters (in any order) in three nominated races. Double Selecting the winners of successive races.

First 4 Choosing the first, second, third and fourth finishers in any order in a race.

Treble Choosing the winner of the last three races.

Sixup Finding either the winner or second placegetter in six races on the programme. There's a bonus payment for finding all six winners.

All up Betting on two to six races. Dividend in previous selected race(s) will be invested automatically in subsequent selected race(s). Pools available are bracket win, place, quinella, quinella place and trio. Cross pool All up betting with four different pools of two to six race combinations. Dividend in previous selected race(s) will be invested automatically in subsequent selected race(s). Pools available are bracket win (horse number), win, place, quinella and quinella place.

Minimum bets and dividends

The smallest sum of money you can wager is HK$10. Bets must be made in multiples of HK$10, except in two cases. A HK$5 unit is accepted for multiple bets of Double, trio, Tierce, Treble and Double trio, provided the total ticket value is greater than HK$100. A HK$2 ticket is accepted for multiple Triple trio and Six-up bets, again provided the total ticket value is greater than HK$100. All dividends are semaphored for a full HK$10 ticket.

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