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$1 Trifecta Box with three horses | $6 (6 possible combinations) |
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$1 Trifecta Box with four horses | $24 (24 possible combinations) |

$1 Trifecta Box with five horses | $60 (60 possible combinations) |

$1 Trifecta Box with six horses | $120 (120 possible combinations) |

## How much is a 50 cent Trifecta box with 4 horses?

Example: A 50-cent Trifecta Wheel 6-All-4 costs **$4.50** (in an 11 horse field) because it covers the following 9 different trifecta combinations: 6-1-4, 6-2-4, 6-3-4, 6-5-4, 6-7-4, 6-8-4, 6-9-4, 6-10-4, and 6-11-4. Covers some of the combinations in a particular leg of a wager with the selected horses in the other legs.

## How much is a 4 horse box?

A common way to play a Trifecta is to box three horses. A $1 box using #1,#2, and #3 would cost $6. The three horses you selected must finish in the top three spots for you to win. A four-horse $1 box would cost **$24**.

## How much does a 5 dollar Trifecta box cost?

(4 * 3 *2) * $1 = $24 (24 $1 combinations.) The cost of a five horse $1 Trifecta box would be calculated as follows: (5 * 4 *3) * $1 = **$60** (60 $1 combinations.)

## How much does a $1 exacta box cost with 3 horses?

Exacta Box

# of Horses | $1 Base Bet Cost |
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3 | $6.00 |

4 | $12.00 |

5 | $20.00 |

6 | $30.00 |

## How much does a 3 horse Trifecta box cost?

In a Trifecta Key, you are selecting one horse to finish first and any two of the other horses you selected must finish second and third.

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Trifecta Box Costs:

$1 Trifecta Box with three horses | $6 (6 possible combinations) |
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$1 Trifecta Box with seven horses | $210 (210 possible combinations) |

## How much is a .50 superfecta box?

They can finish in either order. It is basically the same as an Exacta Box. A $2 Quinella will have the same total cost as a $1 Exacta Box and should theoretically pay about the same.

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How much does a . 50 superfecta box cost?

$1 Superfecta Box with four horses | $24 (24 possible combinations) |
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$1 Superfecta Box with seven horses | $840 (840 possible combinations) |

## How do I pick a trifecta?

Straight Trifecta

All you need to do is **select three different horses** and decide in which order they will finish the race. This can only be first place, second place or third place. Example: Let’s say you select horse #4 to win the race, horse #6 to place second and horse #2 to place third.

## Can you bet a 10-cent superfecta at the Kentucky Derby?

Regardless, exotic bets such as the trifecta (picking the first three finishers in order) and superfecta (picking the first four finishers in order) still provide lucrative betting opportunities. Last year’s 10-cent superfecta paid $792.50 despite the favorite, Tiz the Law, coming in second.

## How much does it cost to Box 6 horses in first 4?

For box First four bets, you multiply the number of selections for 1st place, 2nd place (minus 1), 3rd place (minus 2) and fourth place (minus 3). If you box six horses in a First four bet, it will cost **6 x (6-1) x (6-2) x (6-3) = $360 for a full $1 unit**.

## How much does it cost to Box 5 horses in a first 4?

A. The amount you invest is calculated as a percentage of the full dollar dividend. Example: a boxed First 4 with 5 runners costs **$120** to receive 100% of the dividend. If you invest $30, your percentage is 25% of the dividend.

## How much does a 10 cent superfecta pay?

With the 10-Cent Superfecta, you can make several combinations and use more than four horses for as little as a few dollars. To give you perspective, in a 14-horse race, there are almost 24,024 superfecta combinations possible. With a 10-Cent denomination, that is **a $2,400 bet**.

## What is the best bet to make in horse racing?

**The win bet should** be the key bet, especially for newcomers. Takeout (the amount of money that goes to the track that is not returned to bettors) for win, place, and show bets is less than most exotic bets. Most importantly, don’t bet two or more horses to win in the same race.

## What happens if you bet a horse to show and he wins?

If your horse wins the race, **you get win, place and show payoffs**. If your horse finishes second you receive place and show payouts, and if your horse comes in third, you only get the show payout. This bet is named in reference to the tote board.