To make a Horse exacta box 1, 2, 3' (or whichever horses you selected). Most tracks offer a $1 minimum on boxed exactas, but some still require $2 minimums.
The exacta requires you to select the first two finishers in order. Boxing lets your selections come in any order and still win. The exacta usually offers higher pay-offs than win, place, or show wagers. Also known at some tracks as the exactor or perfecta, exactas are attractive betting propositions to many players because of the potential for large payoffs. Exacta wagering also offers an opportunity to make a good profit on race in which a heavy favorite makes win betting a poor value proposition.
The exacta was the first "exotic" bet at most racetracks and today is the least exotic when compared to the trifecta, superfecta, pick 3, pick 4, and pick 6 wagers.
Tips: The more horses you put in your box, the better chance you have of cashing your ticket, but your ticket will also be more expensive.
Use this program to convert traditional bookmakers (fractional) odds to decimal odds. It also displays the odds as a percentage.
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