- How does a Tricast bet work?
- How many runners must there be in a horse race for a Tricast to be paid?
- How many bets is a reverse Tricast?
- What is a dual forecast bet?
- Does a trifecta have to be in order?
- What is a reverse Tricast?
- How do you work out a combination forecast?
- How many Tricasts are there in 6 selections?
- What is a reverse forecast?
A tricast bet asks you to predict who will come first, who will come second and who will come third in a race (in that particular order).
To place a tricast bet, beneath the ‘Forecast & Tricast’ heading select the Horse or Greyhound you predict to finish 1st by selecting the ‘1st’ box under the ‘Tricast’ heading.
How does a Tricast bet work?
A Straight Tricast consists of 1 bet that requires you to predict which selections will finish 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the correct order. A Combination Tricast consists of 6 bets that requires you to predict which selections will finish 1st, 2nd and 3rd in any order. It costs 6 times more than a Straight Tricast.
How many runners must there be in a horse race for a Tricast to be paid?
Horse Tricast bets are accepted on all Handicap, Nursery and Rated Stakes Handicap races where eight or more runners are declared and six or more actually run.
How many bets is a reverse Tricast?
A combination tricast bet is a bet that three competitors in a horse of greyhound race will finish in the first three in any order. This is done by automatically combining six straight tricast bets covering every variation in your selections’ finishing order into a single bet.
What is a dual forecast bet?
What is a sense of the bet “Dual Forecast”? “Dual Forecast” is a type of bet used in motor racings and horse races whereby three and more sportsmen, racers or jockeys participate in the competition. To win this bet a handicapper should predict finish numbers of any two sportsmen. There is another type of the same bet.
Does a trifecta have to be in order?
A Box Trifecta allows your selections to finish first, second and third in any order. You can also select more than 3 runners, the costs of which are outlined below. Pick the first three horses to finish in any order. All three of your runners selected must finish 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
What is a reverse Tricast?
Tricasts & Combination Tricasts
A Straight Tricast is a bet that contains 3 selections from the same race, one to finish 1st, one to finish 2nd and one to finish 3rd. A Combination Tricast is a bet that contains 3 selections from the same race, where either one can finish first, 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
How do you work out a combination forecast?
With forecasts, you simply take the number of horses you wish to select (‘selections’) and multiply it by one less than the number of selections. With tricasts, multiply the number of selections by one less than the number of selections, and then multiply that by one less than the previous figure.
How many Tricasts are there in 6 selections?
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What is a reverse forecast?
Reverse forecast bets. A reverse forecast (RF) bet is the simplest form of a combination forecast bet, allowing you to select two contenders to finish 1st and 2nd in a race in any order. Reverse forecast bets are offered for both horse and greyhound racing.