Triple bets are a type of horse racing bet where you have to wager on the winning horse, the runner-up and the third place finisher. This is not an easy thing to do, but if you’re up for it, this article will show you how to play them in detail!
– The first thing you need to know about is that triple bets are usually not available on place or show wagers. They can be found, however, in exotic betting pools like trifectas and superfectas. – Trifecta betting pool has three possible outcomes with one payout for each outcome: the winning horse comes either first , second or third . This would mean there are six possible combinations of results (one + two + three) which means a pay out for every sixth bet placed! – A superfecta pool has five possibilities resulting from all four runners plus an additional fifth choice qualifier called “all others”. You have twenty-five different wager options but only ten will in a win.
– The triple bet works exactly like a trifecta, but with the added third place finisher. This means there is only one wager option for every outcome (one + two + three). – To give you an example of how to play this kind of wager, let’s say you want to bet on horse A , B and C . For simplicity’s sake we will assume all three horses are running in first position. Horse A wins the race, followed by horse B second and then finally horse C takes home the bronze medal finishing third overall . As soon as these results happen your winnings would be calculated depending on which company / venue offers the payout for this specific combination: if it comes up blue , green