## How do you work out what a quinella pays?

The payout on your boxed quinella bet depends on your flexi percentage. Simply multiply the percentage by the official dividend, and that is your payout for the quinella. For example: if the quinella dividend is $50 and your flexi percentage is 200%, your payout is $100.

**How many different quinella bets are possible?**

Hence the number of different bets would be a combination of out of 8 players, 2 players will place a first and second bet. Hence 28 different Quinella bets are possible.

### What is a quaddie bet?

A Quaddie (shortened from Quadrella) is an exotic bet that is very popular among punters, and require the bettor to pick the winners of four nominated races using any amount of selections in each leg. The bigger the race meeting, the larger the Quaddie prize pool is likely to be.

**How much does it cost to Box 6 horses in a quinella?**

The cost of a quinella depends on how many selections are included to fill the first two places. If 3 horses are selected, the quinella will cost $3, if 4 horses are selected $6, 5 = $10, 6 = $15.

## How much does a quinella pay out?

The quinella paid $24.10, the exacta paid $72.70, the trifecta paid $436.20 and the first four paid $5413.50, all per Bet365.

**How much does a boxed first four cost?**

For 100% of the dividend, a first four bet costs $1. A boxed first four costs more, depending on how many combinations your bet represents. If you box four horses, the cost for 100% of the dividend is $24 (4 x 3 x 2). The boxed first four costs more if you wish to include more horses.

### What is a Super 6 bet?

Available at most of the big meets, A Super 6 bet challenges you to pick six consecutive winners on the Super 6 race card to score the Major Divided. However if you pick five and luck out on the sixth, you’ll still score a Consolation Dividend. You can also use Flexi Betting on Super 6 wagers.

**What is a quaddie in horse racing?**