What happens when you have a non runner in a placepot?
What happens when there’s a non-runner in a placepot? If the horse becomes a non-runner after the bet has been struck, the stake goes on the SP favourite. If there are joint favourites, or co-favourites then the customer gets the horse with the lowest race card number.
How many second favorites win?
Second favourites in the last year won around 20% of races. So around 50% of races go to either the 1st or 2nd favs, meaning 50% of races do not and those are the races to concentrate on. Look for races where the head of the market is weak and take those horses on by laying them on the Betfair Exchange.
Do all horses have to win in a placepot?
To win the Placepot you just need to have a horse placed in the first six races at any meeting. How many places are on offer depends on how many runners are in a race and the same terms apply to the Tote Place pool.
What are the rules of a placepot?
Betting on the placepot is available for every racing meeting at all of the best horse racing betting sites. To win by betting on the Placepot, bettors just have to select a placed horse in races 1-6 on a selected race card, with their stake then going into a pool, and that pool then being divided between the winners.
How do you work out placepot winnings?
The number of winning lines you have is calculated by multiplying the amount of successful lines in each leg together to get your total. To work out how much you have won, multiply your stake per line by the amount of winning lines you have.
How does a Quadpot work?
A Quadpot is similar to a Placepot, but where a Placepot is the first 6 races at a meeting, a Quadpot is races 3-6 (4 races in total). In order to win, you need to select 4 horses in these races, these horses have to win or be placed.
Do Favourites always win?
On average favorites win about 35% of horse races. But, that win percentage can fluctuate based on the distance, surface, class, etc. For example, favorites are more likely to win dirt races than turf races.
What percentage of odds on Favourites win?
A. On the flat turf odds on favourites win about 59% of the time. But the results can vary depending on the type of race and how short or long the odds on favourite is. For betting purposes you need to be a bit more specific and analyse the different types of races and prices.
Is Placepot a good bet?
Why is the Placepot a good bet? It is not only the payouts that make the Placepot a great bet. If you’re looking to enjoy a day of racing, the Placepot can keep you entertained all afternoon. Remember, if you go out in the first two legs, you can always buy back into the Quadpot.
How are placepot winnings calculated?
Are Placepots worth it?
It is not only the payouts that make the Placepot a great bet. If you’re looking to enjoy a day of racing, the Placepot can keep you entertained all afternoon. Remember, if you go out in the first two legs, you can always buy back into the Quadpot.
How to win the Placepot horse racing?
To win the Placepot you just need to have a horse placed in the first six races at any meeting. How many places are on offer depends on how many runners are in a race and the same terms apply to the Tote Place pool. With the Placepot, it can pay to take on the favourites.
How many favourites should be included in a 6 race Placepot?
So in a 6 race placepot, it may be wise to always include at least 2 favourites in your selections, the choice is of course yours. If you are placing the placepot online and a horse is a non-runner then it will automatically erase that horse from the race
How to win the Tote Placepot?
Betting against popular opinion is an effective strategy for winning the Tote Placepot. The more selections you make, the more expensive it will be to place the Placepot bet. If your horse is a non-runner, your selection is replaced with an SP favourite.
Are placepots a good bet?
Although Placepots are first and foremost considered a pool bet that gives a lot of fun for a small investment, they can be profitable in the long term. You must select a horse to be placed in the first six races at any English or Irish race meeting, and then hope they perform well to secure a share the winnings.