In horse racing, the starting price (SP) is the odds prevailing on a particular horse in the on-course fixed-odds betting market at the time a race begins.
The principal function of a starting price is to determine returns on those winning bets where fixed odds have not been taken at the time the bet was struck.
What is SP win in horse racing?
SP Win stands for Starting Price Win.
This is regardless of when your bet is placed, and what the betting was at the time of you placing your bet. (If you wish to keep the price you see when you strike your bet, then you must take a Fixed Win bet.). It will be the price of the horse once it starts the race.
What does EW and SP mean?
When you place a bet on a horse race, you will have the option to take the current price, or take the SP. If you take the SP, this means that you are taking a gamble on the starting price being better than the current price. The bookmaker asks you whether you want to place your £10 at them odds or take the SP.
What does SP mean on Sky Bet?
If you take a price and the SP (Starting Price) is bigger, we’ll automatically pay you at the bigger odds when your bet is settled.
What does Ladbrokes boost mean?
Ladbrokes Odds Boost is a relatively new feature on the site that will offer you an increase in price on either a selected market, or on occasion your choice of bet. When utilised the Odds Boost will increase the odds on your chosen bet from the current odds, to a longer odds bet.