ATG Logotyp · Öppna konto. Logga in V75, V86, V64 och HARRY BOY är exempel på varumärken som tillhör AB Trav och Galopp. Våra regler och villkor. Aktiebolaget Trav och Galopp (ATG) är travsportens samverkansorgan för spel på V86 handlar om att hitta vilka hästar som kommer först i mål i åtta lopp och. – Diskutera trav i vårt Travforum, gratis travtips, läs vad olika proffs, tidningar och tyckare tror, eller varför inte dela med dig av dina egna tips och.
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Horses sink very deeply into it. Stretch Home Final straight portion of the racetrack to the finish. Step Up A horse moving up in class to meet better competition.
att The number of products combined with a low price per betting combination allows skillful players to include a lot of good horses at a afg cost, and in doing so greatly increase their chances of accessing one of the biggest betting pools in the atf. Ticket A receipt that is issued by an association for one or more bets on a race. Quinella Selection of the first two finishers, irrespective of order, for a single contest. Quinella is offered on every trotting race at various racetracks throughout Sweden.
Rail The position closest to the inside perimeter of a racetrack. Colt An ungelded entire male horse four-years-old or younger. Underlay A horse racing at shorter odds than seems warranted by its past performances. When a horse draws post position one, it is considered to have drawn the “rail.
Totalizator An automated parimutuel system that dispenses and records betting tickets, calculates and displays odds and payoffs and provides the mechanism for cashing winning tickets. V6 is Swedish horse racing. Double is offered twice every race day at various racetracks throughout Sweden. Jog Slow, easy gait.
Owner A person who holds any title, right or interest, whole or partial in a contestant, including the lessee and lessor of a contestant. H Hard track Hard track A condition of a turf course where there is no resiliency to the surface.
Hood A usually nylon covering which goes over a horse’s head to which blinkers or earmuffs are attached. Q Qualifier Qualifier A race without a purse or wagering that is used to determine a horse’s ability and manners. Past Performances A horse’s racing record, earnings, bloodlines and other data, presented in composite form. Added weight A horse carrying more weight than the conditions of the race require, usually because the jockey exceeds the stated limit. Pacesetter The horse that is running in front on the lead.
M Mare Mare Female horse five-years-old or older. W Win Win 1 Selection of the betting interest which finishes first. The starting car is equipped with red lights on top to alert drivers of a recall of a race. Trip An individual horse’s race, with specific reference to the difficulty or lack of difficulty the horse had during competition, e.
L Late Scratch Late Scratch A horse that is withdrawn from a race after betting on that race has begun. You win if you correctly pick the winning combination of the first and second horse in exact order. Carryover The non-distributed pool monies which are retained and added to a corresponding pool in accordance with these jurisdiction rules. Y Yielding Yielding Condition of a turf course with a great deal of moisture.
T Taken up Taken up A horse pulled up sharply by its driver because of being in close quarters. R Race Card Race Card Means in racing, all entries, grades, and distances for a regularly scheduled race performance, as shown in an official program.
Leaver A horse which starts quickly from the starting gate in a race. Daily Double is offered at the track with the main product of V75, V86, V64 or V65 and Lunch Double is offered at day racing together with main product of V4.
Golden Trip Getting a perfect journey during a race, usually either second on the rail in the pocket or second on the outside second over. Trail Off Used to describe a fit horse losing its competitive edge.
Also known as the “board. Locked In A horse that is surrounded by other horses during a race and cannot find clearance to move forward is considered to be “locked in”. Tongue Tie Strip of cloth-type material used to stabilize a horse’s tongue to prevent it from “choking down” in a race or workout or to keep the tongue from sliding up over the bit, rendering the horse uncontrollable. N Nose Nose Smallest advantage a horse can win by. Exacta or perfecta A type c86 bet on a race to select, in the correct order, the first two finishers in the official result.
C Calculating Pool Calculating Pool The portion of the net pool that remains after deduction of the total value or the net value, as the case may be, of all bets on the winning horses in that pool. Place To finish second or third in a race. Follow us on Facebook. Draw The process of assigning post positions and the process of selecting contestants in a manner to ensure ztg with the conditions of the rules of racing. Also known as a “tongue strap.
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Horses sink into it noticeably. Filly Female horse four-years-old or younger. Novice Jump horse that has never won a race prior to current season. V Atgg Veterinarian The commission or board veterinarian, sometimes referred to as the state veterinarian, is usually appointed by the state racing commission. Show is offered on every race at various racetracks throughout Sweden.
Racing sheet A starting-list, a list with the horses that are starting in one race.