## How do you calculate a superfecta payout?

If there were two winning tickets, the payout would be $500. If there were ten winning tickets, the payout would be $100. Payouts for the lower-cost superfectas are simply calculated on a pro-rata basis. So if the payout for a winning $1 ticket is $100, then a winning $.

**How much is a $2 superfecta bet?**

The simplest form of this wager is the Straight Superfecta, which is a single combination of the first four finishers. The minimum bet for a Straight Superfecta is $2. To purchase, simply tell the clerk: “$2 Superfecta on 1-2-3-4.” A Superfecta is not offered in all races at all tracks (refer to program).

**How are exotic wagers calculated?**

An easy rule of thumb to remember for determining the cost of exotic wagers is to multiply the number of horses in each leg of the wager by the cost of the wager.

### How much does a 4 horse superfecta cost?

Superfecta Box

# of Horses | $.10 Base Bet Cost |
---|---|

4 | $2.40 |

5 | $12.00 |

6 | $36.00 |

7 | $84.00 |

**How are horse race payouts calculated?**

How do you calculate the expected payout for a Win Bet? Win payouts are based on a $2 wager. Multiply the Tote-Board odds times $2 and then add the $2 wager back. For example, #8 is (7-1), so 7 x $2 = $14, Add $2 = $16 payout.

**How much does a 10-cent superfecta pay?**

The top four finishers went off at, in order, 6.70-1, 10-1, 80.75-1, and 22.70-1. The 10-cent superfecta paid more than $4,700, far and away the highest payoff of the day. It’s unlikely that anyone could have conceived that the 80-1 shot, Proper Grammer, could have finished third in that race.

#### How much is a 10-cent superfecta box with 4 horses?

The key part of playing the superfecta involves how you build your ticket and what sticks out as the focus of your wager. For example, if you like four horses in the race, you can box them and it will cost you just $2.40 for a 10-cent base wager or $24 for a $1 ticket.

**What is the difference between a trifecta and superfecta?**

Exacta: Pick the first place and second place finishers in order. Trifecta: Pick the first place, second place, and third place finishers in order. Superfecta: Pick the first place, second place, third place, and fourth place finishers in order.

**How are horse bets calculated?**

Multiply your total times two if the Pick Six is a $2 wager. For example, two horses in each race would be 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 64 possible combinations = $64 if a $1 Pick Six = $128 if a $2 Pick Six. Note – most tracks have a $2 base wager amount on the Pick Six.

## What is a superfecta bet in horse racing?

A superfecta is an exotic horse racing bet in which you’ll need to select four horses from a single racing event and predict in which order they will finish to be considered a winner. The four selected horses need to finish in the top four spots in the exact order you predicted to win. What is the minimum stake on a superfecta bet?

**How much does a superfecta part wheel bet cost?**

The cost of this bet will depend on the number of horses in the race. Six horses will cost you $60 for the bet, while 12 horses will cost you $990. With a superfecta part wheel bet, you will essentially avoid covering all possible positions, which you would cover in a superfecta full wheel bet.

**How much does a superfecta key bet cost?**

A superfecta key bet will only cost $1, and you will win if horse No. 6 wins the race, and any of your other selected horses finish the race in second, third and fourth.

### How to calculate horse racing trifecta boxes?

To figure the cost of a Trifecta Part Wheel, multiple the number of horses in the first position, times the number of horses in the second position minus 1, times the number of horses in the third position minus 2. In a Trifecta Box, any of the horses you selected must finish first, second or third in any order.