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We offer a huge number of betting products and combinations - from the multi-leg and great exotic V75, with one of the largest payouts in the horse racing world, to straight bets like win or show.
The number of products combined with a low price per betting combination allows skillful players to include a lot of good horses at a reasonable cost, and in doing so greatly increase their chances of accessing one of the biggest betting pools in the business.

DOUBLE

Double is offered twice every race day at various racetracks throughout Sweden. Daily Double is offered at the track with the main product of V75, V86, V64 or V65 and Lunch Double is offered at day racing together with main product of V4.

You win if you correctly pick the two winning horses in two designated races. The highest dividend in 2014 was 1,849.90 to 1.

WIN

Win is offered on every race at various racetracks throughout Sweden. You win if you correctly pick the winning horse. The highest dividend in 2014 was 232.31 to 1.

SHOW

Show is offered on every race at various racetracks throughout Sweden. You win if you correctly pick the first, second or third horse. The highest dividend in 2014 was 41.04 to 1.

QUINELLA

Quinella is offered on every trotting race at various racetracks throughout Sweden. You win if you correctly pick the winning combination of the first and second horse in any order. The highest dividend in 2014 was 3,890.61 to 1.

EXACTA

Exacta is offered on every thoroughbred race at various racetracks throughout Sweden. You win if you correctly pick the winning combination of the first and second horse in exact order. The highest dividend in 2014 was 2,400.00 to 1.

TRIFECTA

Trifecta is offered on every race at various racetracks throughout Sweden. You win if you correctly pick the winning combination of the first, second and third horse in exact order. The highest dividend in 2014 was 89,240.00 to 1.

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Glossary/Dictionary

A

  • Abandoned race
    Abandoned race Race that is broken off.
  • Added weight
    Added weight A horse carrying more weight than the conditions of the race require, usually because the jockey exceeds the stated limit.
  • Auto Start
    Auto Start The horses run on a line after a start-car.

B

  • Blinkers/Blinders
    Blinkers/Blinders A cup-shaped device to limit a horse's vision to prevent him/her from swerving from objects or other horses on either side of it. Blinker cups come in a variety of sizes and shapes to allow as little or as much vision as the trainer feels is necessary.
  • Bridle
    Bridle A piece of equipment, usually made of leather or nylon, which fits on a horse's head and is where other equipment, such as a bit and the reins, are attached.

C

  • Calculating Pool
    Calculating Pool The portion of the net pool that remains after deduction of the total value or the net value, as the case may be, of all bets on the winning horses in that pool.
  • Carryover
    Carryover The non-distributed pool monies which are retained and added to a corresponding pool in accordance with these jurisdiction rules.
  • Colt
    Colt An ungelded (entire) male horse four-years-old or younger.
  • Conditions
    Conditions The qualifications which determine a contestant’s eligibility to be entered in a race This may include age, sex, money or races won, weight carried and the distance of the race.

D

  • Daily Double
    Daily Double A type of bet on two races on a racing card to select the winning horse in the official result in each race.
  • Draw
    Draw The process of assigning post positions and the process of selecting contestants in a manner to ensure compliance with the conditions of the rules of racing.

E

  • Equipment
    Equipment As applied to a horse means whips, blinkers, tongue straps, muzzles, hoods, nose bands, shadow rolls, martingales, breast plates, bandages, boots, plates (shoes), and all other paraphernalia which is or might be used on or attached to a horse while racing.
  • Established reserve order
    Established reserve order A list where the horses are ranked after how many points they have got in there five latest starts, the first horse in this list will replace a horse that is scratched.
  • Exacta (or perfecta)
    Exacta (or perfecta) A type of bet on a race to select, in the correct order, the first two finishers in the official result. Called an "exactor" in Canada.

F

  • False Favorite
    False Favorite Horse that is a race favorite despite being outclassed by other competition in the field.
  • Fast (track)
    Fast (track) Footing that is dry, even and resilient.
  • Favorite
    Favorite The horse in each race which produces the smallest return(shortest price) for a customer. If more than one horse offers the smallest return, there are said to be joint or co-favorites.
  • Filly
    Filly Female horse four-years-old or younger.
  • Frozen (track)
    Frozen (track) A condition of a racetrack where any moisture present is frozen.

G

  • Gait
    Gait Any of the ways a horse may move by lifting the feet in different order or rhythm, and specifically in harness racing, trotting or pacing.
  • Gelding
    Gelding A male horse of any age that has been neutered by having both testicles removed ("gelded").
  • Golden Trip
    Golden Trip Getting a perfect journey during a race, usually either second on the rail (in the pocket) or second on the outside (second over).

H

  • Hard (track)
    Hard (track) A condition of a turf course where there is no resiliency to the surface.
  • Harness racing
    Harness racing A type of horseracing which is limited to standardbred horses using a pacing or trotting gait in which each horse pulls a two-wheeled cart called a sulky guided by a driver.
  • Heat
    Heat One of a number of events to determine the ultimate winner of a race.
  • Heavy (track)
    Heavy (track) Wettest possible condition of a turf course; not usually found in North America.
  • Hood
    Hood A (usually) nylon covering which goes over a horse's head to which blinkers or earmuffs are attached.

I

  • In the money
    In the money A horse that finishes first, second or third.

J

  • Jockey
    Jockey A professional rider licensed to ride in races
  • Jog
    Jog Slow, easy gait.
  • Juvenile
    Juvenile Two-year-old horse.

L

  • Late Scratch
    Late Scratch A horse that is withdrawn from a race after betting on that race has begun.
  • Layoff
    Layoff A period of vacation or rest for a horse.
  • Leaver
    Leaver A horse which starts quickly from the starting gate in a race.
  • Leg
    Leg V3, V4, V5, V64, V65 or V75 consists of a selected number of races in a race-day.
  • Locked In
    Locked In A horse that is surrounded by other horses during a race and cannot find clearance to move forward is considered to be "locked in".

M

  • Mare
    Mare Female horse five-years-old or older.
  • Meeting
    Meeting The specified period and dates each year during which an association is authorized to conduct racing and/or pari-mutuel wagering by approval of the Commission.
  • Middle Distance
    Middle Distance Broadly, from one mile to 1-1/8 miles.
  • Muddy (track)
    Muddy (track) A condition of a racetrack which is wet, but has no standing water.
  • Multi-coupon
    Multi-coupon Applys to V4/V5/V64/V65/V75/DD. You make one combination on one coupon and pay for the combination a couple of times.

N

  • Nose
    Nose Smallest advantage a horse can win by.
  • Novice
    Novice Jump horse that has never won a race prior to current season.

O

  • Oaks
    Oaks A stakes event for three-year-old fillies (females).
  • Odds
    Odds The probable pay-out price in the win pool or the ratio that represents that pay-out price.
  • Out of the Money
    Out of the Money A horse that finishes worse than third.
  • Outsider
    Outsider Horse or horses offering the largest potential returns to customers.
  • Owner
    Owner A person who holds any title, right or interest, whole or partial in a contestant, including the lessee and lessor of a contestant.

P

  • Pace
    Pace The speed at which a race is run at different stages.
  • Pacesetter
    Pacesetter The horse that is running in front (on the lead).
  • Paddock
    Paddock An enclosure in which horses scheduled to compete in a contest are saddled prior to racing.
  • Past Performances
    Past Performances A horse's racing record, earnings, bloodlines and other data, presented in composite form.
  • Payoff Price/Payout Price
    Payoff Price/Payout Price The amount paid to the wagers on the winning betting interest(s).
  • Photo finish
    Photo finish The equipment and cameras used to aid the placing judges in determining the exact order of finish in a race.
  • Place
    Place To finish second or third in a race. In wagering, to finish first, second or third in a race.
  • Pocket
    Pocket A horse racing directly behind the leader on the inside perimeter of the track is known to be "in the pocket." The pocket is also known as the "garden spot" because it is considered to be the best place to position a horse during the early part of a race.
  • Pool betting
    Pool betting All customers stakes are pooled and, after deduction of a percentage to cover overheads and contribution to racing, the pool of money is divided between those with the winning selections.
  • Post
    Post 1) Starting point for a race. 2) An abbreviated version of post position.
  • Post Position
    Post Position The pre-assigned position from which a horse will leave the starting gate.
  • Post Time
    Post Time The scheduled starting time for a contest.
  • Prep (race)
    Prep (race) A workout (or race) used to prepare a horse for a future engagement.

Q

  • Qualifier
    Qualifier A race without a purse or wagering that is used to determine a horse's ability and manners. Horses which have made repeated breaks during races are required to re-qualify before being allowed to return to the races. Also, horses which have been away from the races for a long period of time (usually over one month), must race in a qualifying race before being allowed to enter into a betting race.
  • Quinella
    Quinella Selection of the first two finishers, irrespective of order, for a single contest.

R

  • Race Card
    Race Card Means in racing, all entries, grades, and distances for a regularly scheduled race performance, as shown in an official program. In Mutuels, a computer generated report indicating the number of races, the status of all entries, wagering pools, wagering minimums, pool requirements, and add-ins.
  • Racing points
    Racing points The horses get points at races if they win or are placed.
  • Racing sheet
    Racing sheet A starting-list, a list with the horses that are starting in one race.
  • Rail
    Rail The position closest to the inside perimeter of a racetrack. When a horse draws post position one, it is considered to have drawn the "rail." Most harness tracks use pylons instead of an actual railing.
  • Recall
    Recall When the starter of the race finds reasoning for interference or problems among the field of horses when they are behind the starting gate, a recall is made and the horses must regroup and begin again. The starting car is equipped with red lights on top to alert drivers of a recall of a race.

S

  • Saddle
    Saddle A thoroughbred racing saddle is the lightest saddle used, weighing less than two pounds.
  • Scratch
    Scratch The act of withdrawing an entered horse from a contest after closing of entries.
  • Show
    Show To finish third in a race. In wagering, to finish first, second or third in a race.
  • Single combination/One combination
    Single combination/One combination When you only chose one horse in each leg.
  • Slow (track)
    Slow (track) A racing strip that is wet on both the surface and base.
  • Soft (track)
    Soft (track) Condition of a turf course with a large amount of moisture. Horses sink very deeply into it.
  • Stayer
    Stayer A horse that can race long distances.
  • Step Up
    Step Up A horse moving up in class to meet better competition.
  • Stick
    Stick A jockey's whip.
  • Stretch (Home)
    Stretch (Home) Final straight portion of the racetrack to the finish.
  • Stretch Runner
    Stretch Runner Horse that runs its fastest nearing the finish of a race.
  • Stretch Turn
    Stretch Turn Bend of track into the final straightaway.
  • Stride
    Stride Manner of going. Also, distance covered between successive imprints of the same hoof.

T

  • Taken up
    Taken up A horse pulled up sharply by its driver because of being in close quarters.
  • Thoroughbred
    Thoroughbred A purebred horse whose ancestry can be traced back to one of three foundation sires and whose pedigree is registered in the American Stud Book or in a foreign stud book that is recognized by the Jockey Club and the International Stud Book Committee.
  • Ticket
    Ticket A receipt that is issued by an association for one or more bets on a race.
  • Tongue Tie
    Tongue Tie Strip of cloth-type material used to stabilize a horse's tongue to prevent it from "choking down" in a race or workout or to keep the tongue from sliding up over the bit, rendering the horse uncontrollable. Also known as a "tongue strap."
  • Totalizator
    Totalizator An automated parimutuel system that dispenses and records betting tickets, calculates and displays odds and payoffs and provides the mechanism for cashing winning tickets. Often shortened to "tote."
  • Tote Board
    Tote Board The (usually) electronic totalizator display in the infield which reflects up-to-the-minute odds. It may also show the amounts wagered in each mutuel pool as well as information such as jockey and equipment changes, etc. Also known as the "board."
  • Track Condition
    Track Condition Condition of the racetrack surface. See fast; good; muddy; sloppy; frozen; hard; firm; soft; yielding; heavy.
  • Trail Off
    Trail Off Used to describe a fit horse losing its competitive edge.
  • Trainer
    Trainer The person employed by an owner or lessee to condition horses for racing.
  • Trial Race
    Trial Race Part of a series of contests in which horses participate for the purpose of determining eligibility for a subsequent contest.
  • Trifecta
    Trifecta Tote bet requiring the selection of the 1st, 2nd & 3rd horses in the correct order. Only available on nominated race.
  • Trip
    Trip An individual horse's race, with specific reference to the difficulty (or lack of difficulty) the horse had during competition, e.g., whether the horse was repeatedly blocked or had an unobstructed run.
  • Trotter
    Trotter A natural gait of a horse in which his front leg on one side of his body moves in the same direction as the hind leg on the opposite side of his body. It is considered a diagonal stride.

U

  • Under Wraps
    Under Wraps Horse under stout restraint in a race or workout to keep it from pulling away from the competition by too large a margin.
  • Underlay
    Underlay A horse racing at shorter odds than seems warranted by its past performances.

V

  • Veterinarian
    Veterinarian The commission (or board) veterinarian, sometimes referred to as the state veterinarian, is usually appointed by the state racing commission. This person serves as professional adviser and consultant to the State Racing Commission on veterinary matters including all regulatory aspects of the application and practice of veterinary medicine at the track. (2)Association Sometimes referred to as the track veterinarian, this person is employed by the racing association and serves as a professional adviser and consultant to the racing association and its operational staff at the track.(3) Practicing Private practitioner employed by owners and trainers on an individual case or contract basis.
  • Void Race
    Void Race A race shall be declared void if; (a) it is Declared void under the rules of racing Before he “all right”, or (b) it is Abandoned either before or after the horses Have been declared to start, or (c) the race Is not run.

W

  • Win
    Win (1) Selection of the betting interest which finishes first. 7 (2) To finish first in a race.
  • Work
    Work The finish line of a race.

Y

  • Yielding
    Yielding Condition of a turf course with a great deal of moisture. Horses sink into it noticeably.