Horse betting spells
Horse betting spells, An extended period of time when a race horse is given a rest in the paddock. A horse is often given a spell following a string of races a fortnight apart-usually no more than six races. Spells are marked on a form guide by the letter “x”.
Straight Bets Spell
“Straight” bets are the simplest form of thoroughbred wagering. Strictly speaking, placing a straight bet means that you’re wagering on the horse to win—period. but If it finishes second by a nose, you’ve lost. But a looser definition says a straight bet is when you wager that a horse will finish first, second, or third.
That said, several terms relate to different kinds of straight bets that can increase your odds of winning a little money.
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Win bet – A bet on a horse to finish first. Place bet – A bet on a horse to finish first or second. Show bet – A bet on a horse to finish
in the money; third or better. In the money – A horse that finishes first, second, or third. Across the board – A bet on a horse to win,
place, and show.