Box a Bet

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To "box" a bet, you use multiple horses taking all likely combinations in that particular bet. If you have decided that two, three, or four horses are the best picks in the race but you are not sure which one will win, run second, third, or fourth the "box" may be your best bet.

Exacta Box

This bet is the same as an Exacta bet in the fact that you select two horses to come in first and second place. However, an exacta box bet means that there is no specific order to the placement of the horses. For example: you place a $5 exacta box bet on horses number 5 and number 6. This is a total bet of $10 because there are two possible outcomes. You win your bet if number 5 wins first and number 6 wins second or vice versa.

Trifecta Box

This bet is the same as a Trifecta bet in that you are betting on three horses coming in first, second and third place. However, a Trifecta Box bet means that the three horses you picked can finish the race in any order. They only need to place in the top three positions for you to win. This bet is basically 6 bets in one. For example: you place a $3 trifecta box bet on horses number 4, number 6 and number 7. There are six possible outcomes for these three horses to finish in first to third place; therefore, the total amount of the bet is $18. You win your bet if horse number 4, number 6 and number 7 finish in first, second and third place of any order.

Speciality Betting
1
Pick 3's, Pick 4's, Pick 6's
A Pick 3 / Pick 4 / Pick 6 wager requires that you select the first place finishers of all the designated races.

2
Superfectas
A wager requires that you select the first four finishers of a race in the exact order of their finish.

3
2-12 Horse Parlays
Parlay up to 12 horses - Win, Place or Show - in up to 12 different races.