What are probables in horse racing?

What are probables in horse racing?

This is where will-pays and probable payoffs come into play. Will-plays show you the exact payoffs for multi-race wagers ending in the upcoming race, while probable payoffs display the estimated payoffs for exacta and double wagers beginning in the upcoming race.

How are race horses classified?

Graded stakes races are further broken down into Grade I, Grade II, and Grade III. A maiden claiming race is the lowest class of horse racing, and Grade I is the highest. Horse racing classes are used to categorize horses based on their experience and skill levels.

Where is the Ohio Derby?

The Ohio Derby is an American Thoroughbred horse race held annually in mid-to-late June at Thistledown in North Randall, Ohio. The Grade III stakes for three-year-olds is run on dirt over a distance of 1 1⁄8 miles. The race currently offers a purse of $500,000.

How do you tell if a race is a Group 1?

Group races The highest level is a Group 1 race; these are the highlight events on the racing calendar. Group 1 races are a test of class and all the horses run off level weights but allowances are given for three-year-old horses against older horses and for fillies and mares against colts and geldings.

How much do Exactas pay?

There’s no “average” payout for an exacta bet — it varies significantly depending on the race, horses, track and even the weather. If two horses who are heavily favored to compete, you’ll likely win less than $12 on a winning ticket. Larger fields will boost this to around $35.

What does G1 G2 G3 mean in horse racing?

Graded races are the premier stakes races, whereby a Grade 1 (G1), Grade 2 (G2) or Grade 3 (G3), designate the class of horses participating. The size of purse, amount of added money and the historical significance of the race also are determining factors in the grade status. Grade 1 (G1) is the highest designation.

What date is the Ohio Derby?

about this race

Date Past Winner
06/26/2020 Dean Martini Trainer / Thomas M. Amoss Jockey / Ricardo Mejias Owner / Raise the BAR Racing, LLC
06/21/2019 Owendale Trainer / Brad H. Cox Jockey / Florent Geroux Owner / Rupp Racing
06/22/2018 Core Beliefs Trainer / Peter Eurton Jockey / Joseph Talamo Owner / Gary Broad

How much does a $1 Trifecta box cost?

Trifecta Box Costs:

$1 Trifecta Box with three horses $6 (6 possible combinations)
$1 Trifecta Box with four horses $24 (24 possible combinations)
$1 Trifecta Box with five horses $60 (60 possible combinations)
$1 Trifecta Box with six horses $120 (120 possible combinations)

How are Exactas calculated?

Here is how to read this formula. The Fair Payoff for an Exacta equals the size of the bet, such as a $2 Exacta, multiplied by the (win horse’s odds-to-1) multiplied by the (place horse’s odds-to-1 plus 1). The odds are each horse’s going-off win odds.

What is C5 in horse racing?

A C0 race is for horses that have not won a C-class race. A C3-C4 would see horses that are C3 and C4-assessed compete against one another. Fillies and mares receive a concession which means a C5 mare could contest the race.

What does black Type thoroughbred mean?

Black-type indicates a runner has won or placed in a select race of importance. When a horse wins a stakes race, the information is added to the racing databases of The Jockey Club, Equibase, BrisNet and other companies that produce racing and breeding reports for their clients.

What does the Equibase speed figure mean?

Equibase® Speed Figure. The Equibase® Speed Figure tells you how fast a horse has been running in its past races with a single number. Its sophisticated algorithms are based on the horse’s actual time in combination with other factors, such as the condition of the track.

What horse won the Ohio Derby?

After an 11-length demolition against allowance foes on the Kentucky Derby undercard, Masqueparade continued his ascent on Saturday when gamely holding off both King Fury and Keepmeinmind to win the Grade 3, $500,000 Ohio Derby at Thistledown.