• Thu 27 Oct, 2016
  • 02:16 BST
  • 22:16 EST (BST-4)
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Totepool Bets Explained


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This is the most common way to bet. Just choose the horse you think will win, it’s as simple as that – and you can get some great value compared to the prices offered by the bookies!

This is the only way that you can bet on a horse just to be placed.

With toteplace you are betting on your horse to finish in the first 2, 3 or 4 places (depending on the number of runners). It’s a great bet if you think an outsider could finish in the frame!

Toteeachway is basically a totewin and a toteplace bet on the same horse, so it costs double your unit stake. It’s a good way to hedge your bets on a horse that you fancy to win, but might just get pipped at the post!

Toteswinger is the only bet that gives you three chances to win! All you have to do is pick two horses to finish in the first three places. They can be 1st, 2nd 3rd in any order, so you don’t even have to pick the winner!

If you can’t choose between two horses or fancy a short priced favourite, then the toteexacta could be for you. To win, you have to pick the horses to finish 1st and 2nd in the correct order. Not as easy as just finding the winner, but the rewards are much greater!

If you’re feeling adventurous and want to win big money, then why not try a totetrifecta? To win you have to pick the horses to finish 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the correct order. Yes, it’s definitely tricky – but if you’re in luck you could win a huge payout!

Make this your first bet when you arrive at the races. It’s great value – all you have to do is pick a horse to be placed in each of the first six races. The toteplacepot gives you an interest throughout the day with just one bet – and even better, you could collect a fantastic payout without even backing a winner!

This is the toteplacepot’s little brother! It works in the same way, but this time you only have to pick a placed horse in races 3, 4, 5 and 6. If your toteplacepot has already lost after the first two races, this bet gives you another chance to win!

If you’re hoping to win a massive payout, then see if you can pick the first six winners at today’s selected meeting. That might sound like a tough task, but the potential rewards are huge! To make it easier, you can pick more than one horse in each race – it costs a little more, but gives you a greater chance of winning.

Totesuper7 offers you the chance to win a fortune daily, from Sunday to Friday. Pick the winner of all seven nominated races and you could be in seventh heaven for just £2! There are great consolation payouts for any six or any five winners too.

On Saturdays you can also play the totescoop6 for a chance to scoop a fortune for just £2! Pick the winner of the six selected races and you will land a share of the win fund – as well as the chance to win a massive bonus payout the following week. You also get a great consolation payout if your six horses are placed.

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