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  • Win: Your greyhound must finish first. You collect the win payout. $2 minimum.

  • Place: Your greyhound must finish first or second. You collect the place price. $2 minimum.

  • Show: Your greyhound must finish either first, second or third. You collect the show price. $2 minimum.

  • Daily Double: You must select the winning greyhound in race one and race two. Daily Double wagers must be made prior to the running of the first race of each performance. $2 minimum.

  • Quiniela: You must select the two greyhounds that finish first and second in any order. $2 minimum.

  • Quiniela Box: You must select three (or more) greyhounds you think have the best chance of finishing first and second. If two of your runners finish first and second in either order, you collect the Quiniela payout. Total costs based on a $2 wager.
  • (3) greyhounds $6
  • (4) greyhounds $12
  • (5) greyhounds $20
  • (6) greyhounds $30
  • (7) greyhounds $42
  • (8) greyhounds $56
  • Quiniela Wheel: You must select the greyhound you think has the best chance of finishing first or second. Then, you must tell the clerk to Quiniela Wheel that greyhound (with all the other greyhounds). If your greyhound finishes first or second regardless of any other finisher, you collect the Quiniela payout. Based on a $2 wager the Quiniela Wheel will cost $14.

  • Perfecta: You must select the first two finishers in the race in exact order. For example, if you play a 3-2 perfecta, the #3 greyhound must finish first and the #2 must run second. $2 minimum wager.

  • Trifecta: You must select the three greyhounds that finish first, second, and third in exact order. $1 minimum.

  • $1 Trifecta Box: You must select three (or more) greyhounds you think have the best chance of finishing first, second and third. Because this is a multiple wager, the greyhounds can finish in any order. If three of the greyhounds you have boxed finish first, second and third, you are a WINNER. The $1 Trifecta Box pays one-half the $2 Trifecta price.

Total costs:

  • 3 Greyhounds 6 Combinations $6
  • 4 Greyhounds 24 Combinations $24
  • 5 Greyhounds 60 Combinations $60
  • 6 Greyhounds 120 Combinations $120
  • 7 Greyhounds 210 Combinations $210
  • 8 Greyhounds 336 Combinations $336
  • $1 Trifecta Wheel: You must select the greyhound that you feel has the best chance of finishing first. You tell the clerk to wheel that greyhound on top with all other greyhounds. If your greyhound finishes first, regardless of any other runner, you collect on-half the $2 Trifecta price. ($1 Trifecta Wheel = $42). You may also wheel your greyhound in the second or third position, That greyhound must finish in the exact position specified, the finish of all others does not matter.

  • $1 Trifecta Key: You must select the key greyhound that you think will win and then select two (or more) others that you think have the best chance of finishing second and third, in either order. The $1 Trifecta Key pays one-half the $2 Trifecta price.

Total Costs to "Key" 1 Greyhound:

  • With 2 others $2
  • With 3 others $6
  • With 4 others $12
  • With 5 others $20
  • With 6 others $30
  • With 7 others $42
  • ALSO NOTE: You may also "Key" a greyhound in the second or third position. The "Key" greyhound must finish in the exact position specified, the others must complete the Trifecta, in either position.

  • Superfecta: You must select the four greyhounds that finish first, second, third and fourth in exact order. $1 minimum.

  • $1 Superfecta Box: You must select the four (or more) greyhounds you think have the best chance of finishing first, second, third and fourth. Like the $1 Trifecta Box, the $1 Superfecta Box pays one-half the $2 Superfecta price.
  • 4 Greyhounds 24 Combinations $24
  • 5 Greyhounds 120 Combinations $120
  • 6 Greyhounds 360 Combinations $360
  • 7 Greyhounds 840 Combinations $840
  • 8 Greyhounds 1680 Combinations $1680
  • $1 Superfecta "Key": You must select the "Key" greyhound you think will win and then select three (or more) others that you think have the best chance of rounding out the Superfecta. The $1 Superfecta Key pays one-half the $2 Superfecta price.

Total Costs to "Key" 1 Greyhound:

  • With 3 others $6
  • With 4 others $24
  • With 5 others $60
  • With 6 others $120
  • With 7 others $210
  • PIC-3: You must select the winning greyhounds in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd leg of each Pic-3. All wagers must be made before the running of the 1st leg. $2 minimum.

  • Twin-Tri: The Twin-Tri is a carryover pool. 50% is paid out in race 11, the rest is carried over to race 13. To play it, you pick the first three greyhounds you think will finish 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in exact order in the 11th race. When you cash your winning ticket, you will get a payoff and a free exchange ticket with your picks to finish 1st, 2nd and 3rd in exact order in the 13th race. If no one correctly picks the 13th race order of finish, the Twin-Tri jackpot will be carried over to the next performance. Carryover jackpots will be capped at $25,000. There will be a force payout the second performance after cap. Twin-Tri tickets are sold only in multiples of $2. Should you fail to cash your 1st half winner before the running of the 13th race (2nd half), you will receive your first half payoff but forfeit your chance at the jackpot.

  • Effective January 11, 2014, the Twin-Trifecta will be forced out Saturday evenings.

  • TRI-SUPER: (Trifecta-Superfecta). This is a wager combining a trifecta selection in the 5th race (1st half) and a superfecta selection in the 7th race (2nd half). 50% of the Tri-Super pool is paid out in the 5th race. The remaining 50% is carried over to the 7th race. Order your Tri-Super ticket(s) from the teller before the 5th race, selecting the first three finishers in order of finish (trifecta) in the 5th race. If you have a winning ticket, you cash it and make your free superfecta selection (first four finishers in exact order of finish) for the 7th race. Holders of winning tickets on the second half of the Tri-Super collect second part of the poll plus the jackpot pool carried over from previous Tri-Supers. Carryover jackpots will be capped at $25,000. There will a force payout the second performance after the cap. Should you fail to cash your 1st half winner before the running of the 7th race (2nd half), you will receive your 1st half payoff but forfeit your chance at the jackpot.