Tote UK Quadpot - Racing Betting with Tote Ireland
Aim:Racing betting is available daily with the Tote on the UK Quadpot. The Quadpot is often considered the baby brother to the Placepot. The aim of the Quadpot is to select a placed horse in each of the 4 Quadpot races. The Quadpot races are always races 3 - 6 unless otherwise stated. It is an ideal bet if you have missed the Placepot or if you have already been knocked out from the Placepot.
How to play - Horse Racing Betting with the Quadpot
Calculating the cost of your Quadpot is identical to calculating a Placepot bet. Multiply the number of horses you pick in each race by one another. This will give you the number of units you have. Then multiply this figure by your selected stake.
- Race 3: 2 horses
- Race 4: 3 horses
- Race 5: 2 horses
- Race 6: 3 horses
Thus 2x3x2x3 = 36 units
36 units at a £1 stake will cost you £36.
Stakes: Single line entries are accepted with a minimum stake of 10p, rising thereafter in multiples of 10p. Permutation entries are accepted with a minimum stake of 10p, rising thereafter in multiples of 10p, providing a minimum total of 10p is staked.
In Order to solve past issues our clients encountered with some UK products.
On all racing betting we now offer all UK multi-leg bets in Sterling with a Euro equivalent when you select a Sterling stake you will be shown the Euro Equivalent next to it.
As the UK pools take whole Pence only, This new method ensures you get the full benefit of winnings from the UK Pools
Racing Betting Quadpot Rules
- Horses can be
selected by racecard number or horse name. Should the racecard number
of an overnight declared runner be allocated to a reserve horse, the
reserve horse(s) will be re-numbered sequentially in line with Tote
Racecourse Cash Rules.
- Should a Quadpot race
become a walkover or a specified race is not run or is declared void,
the pool(s) will operate on the remaining Quadpot races. In this event
total stakes on permutation entries are applied in full to the
remaining races. Where a selection becomes a non-runner it will be
replaced by the Starting Price favourite.
- Where there are joint
favourites, the joint favourite with the lowest racecard number will be
taken. Should the favourite be withdrawn before coming under Starters
Orders and too late for a new favourite to be made, the horse returned
at the next shortest price will be taken.
- Where two or more horses are returned at the next shortest price, the one with the lowest racecard number will be taken. If no Starting Price is returned the first actual runner quoted in the Racing Post betting forecast will be taken. Should the Racing Post not publish a racing betting forecast, settlement will be made in line with Tote Racecourse Cash Rules. In the event of a Quadpot pool being cancelled bets for the pool concerned will be void.