- How do I place a racing bet?
- How to make a win, place or each-way racing bet?
- What is Best Tote?
- What is Middle Tote?
- What is Top Fluc?
- What is Fixed Win and Fixed Place?
Click on Racing, in the race card you can see races for Today and the coming days. You may also see upcoming 'Futures' markets and bet on international races. Click on the start time of the race and this will open the bet screen. If you know that your race is running in the next half hour you can find it in the 'Next-To-Go' section on the left hand side.
To place a bet, click on the dividend for the runner you wish to back. Your selection will appear in the bet slip on the right-hand side.
Best Tote guarantees a Win Dividend to be equal to highest official Win dividend paid by any of the three major totalizators (TAB) that are governed by an Australian State Government’s regulations (TAB). Click here for detailed rules on this type of betting.
Middle Tote guarantees a Win Dividend to be equal to second highest official Win dividend from the dividends paid by the three major totalizators (TAB) that are governed by an Australian State Governments regulations (TAB). If there are only two TABs operating on the event you will be paid the lower of the two dividends. Click here for detailed rules on this type of betting.
Top Fluc is an abbreviation for Top Fluctuation. This is the best price bet by the course bookmakers at the meeting you are betting at. This price is determined by the APN (Australian Price Network). For example, if a horses price opened at $3 then got out to a price of $4.50 and then cam back into $3.20, you would be given the $4.50. Please note that Top Fluc can sometimes be subject to deductions if there is a late scratching that is withdrawn after the eventual winning horse reached its maximum price during betting. Click here for detailed rules on this type of betting.
These are the traditional fixed prices. Whatever price you take will be the price you are paid at unless there is a scratching from the race, in which case your collect could be subject to deductions. Click here for detailed rules on this type of betting.
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