Punting 101

Punting 101: Quaddies

Quaddies A Quaddie (or Quadrella) requires you to pick the runners that will win four consecutive nominated races (each referred to as a leg) at a selected meeting. Most often when a Quaddie is spoken about, it is referring to the final four races of a meeting. To increase your… Read More

Punting 101: Win & Place

Win The most basic racing bet you can have. A win bet means you are selecting a runner to finish 1st in their nominated race. Place A place bet is selecting a runner to finish 1st, 2nd or 3rd* in a nominated race. Your selection may finish in any of… Read More

Punting 101: First 4’s

First 4’s A First 4 bet means you’re selecting the runners that will finish 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, in order, in a nominated race. To increase your chances of winning (but decrease your potential payout), you can take a multiple First 4 by selecting more than one runner in… Read More

Punting 101: Quinellas, Exactas and Trifectas

Quinellas A Quinella bet requires you to select the runners that will finish 1st and 2nd, in any order, in a selected race. To win, one of your selections must win, and another must come second. To increase your chances, you can take an Allways Quinella by marking more than… Read More

Punting 101: Jockey Challenge

Jockey Challenge Jockey Challenge markets are available on most Australian and New Zealand thoroughbred meetings and let you bet on which jockey will score the most points for a specific race meeting. Points are awarded on a 3, 2 and 1 basis for the placing of 1st, 2nd and 3rd… Read More