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              🏇 Horse racing betting odds at 10bet

              You’ll always find competitive horse racing odds at 10bet because horse racing is in action all year round.

              We bring you complete coverage of race winner markets so you can pick which horse will win a particular event, as well as making it easy to place your each-way bets, ante-post bets, forecast bets, accumulators and system bets.

              🏇 Free horse racing bet calculator

              Our horse racing bettors are welcome to use the 10bet bet calculator to quickly calculate the returns for horse racing accumulators, trixie and yankee bets. Once you input your selections, we do all the hard work for you, displaying the total odds and the possible winnings before you place your bet.

              🏇 Horse racing betting FAQs

              How do horse racing betting odds work?

              Betting odds are displayed online as decimal, fractional, or American.

              With fractional odds, the number on the left shows the potential winnings while the number on the right shows your stake. So 8/1 means that if you bet $1 and the bet wins , you’d get an $8 payout.

              For decimal odds, you just multiply your stake by the number shown. For example, odds of 1.75 mean that if you bet $1 and the bet wins, you'll get $1.75 – $0.75 profit plus your $1 original stake.

              American odds. Positive odds are displayed with a (+) and show the potential winnings on a $100 bet, while negative odds are shown with a (-) show the amount you’d need to bet in order to win $100.

              How does each way betting work in horse racing?

              An each-way bet is a type of bet that allows you to not just pick a horse that might win the race, but one which you believe will finish in the top places.

              Every each-way bet is made of two individual bets of the same value.

              The first is for the outright race winner, while a “place” bet is for finishing in one of those top places. If your horse does win the event, then both the win and the place bets are successful.

              The odds of a place bet are called place terms and are shown next to the each-way box (E/W) on the betting slip. The place terms contain the fraction of the odds you'll get if your pick finishes in the top places, followed by the places which qualify for the bet.

              As an example, say you place a $1 bet on a 12/1 shot with E/W terms of ¼ 1-2-3.

              If your pick finishes 1st you win $12 plus your stake ($1) for the outright win. You also win $3 (a quarter of the outright odds) plus your $1 stake for placing (i.e. finishing in the paying top places). That gives you a total of $17.

              If your racer finishes 2nd or 3rd, the win part of your bet loses, but you win $3 plus your stake for placing in the top three.

              If your selection finishes outside the top three places, both bets lose.