How do you bet on horse racing in South Africa?

2020-05-23 by No Comments

How do you bet on horse racing in South Africa?

Choose a horse, or horses, to finish FIRST, SECOND or THIRD in each of the 7 races that comprise the Place Accumulator (Legs 1 to 7). You can win the bet many times. Example: You choose one horse in each of Legs 1 to 4 and two horses in each of Legs 5, 6 and 7.

How do I bet on horses online?

The mechanics of online horse racing betting are pretty straightforward. First, you need to join a suitable betting site and then deposit funds at that site. Once you have a funded online betting account, you simply find the race you want to bet on.

What is the best bet to make in horse racing?

The win bet should be the key bet, especially for newcomers. Takeout (the amount of money that goes to the track that is not returned to bettors) for win, place, and show bets is less than most exotic bets. Most importantly, don’t bet two or more horses to win in the same race.

What’s the payout on horse racing?

Standard Win Bets and Payouts

Odds $ Payout $2 Payout
1/2 $3.00 $7.00
3/5 $3.20 $8.00
4/5 $3.60 $9.00
1/1 $4.00 $10.00

What is the best horse racing app?

Best Horse Racing Betting Apps for iPhone and Android

Rank Betting Site Bonus
1 BetUS 100% up to $2,500
2 BetOnline 100% up to $1,000
3 MyBookie 50% up to $1,000
4 50% up to $1,000

Is horse racing Cruel?

Racing exposes horses to significant risk of injury and sometimes, catastrophic injury and death through trauma (e.g. broken neck) or emergency euthanasia. The odds are stacked against horses in the racing industry.

What are the best horse racing bets?

Betting Types

  • Single. Arguably the most common betting type.
  • Double. A single bet on two outcomes in different events.
  • Treble. A single bet on three outcomes in different events.
  • Accumulator. An accumulator comprises of four or more selections in one bet.
  • Trixie.
  • Patent.
  • Yankee.
  • Lucky 15.

What is fixed place bet?

Fixed odd places. Bet on a horse to run a place, i.e. finish 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in a race. The number of places paid in a horse race depends on the number of carded runners (horses designated to run in the race).