Published: 22.07.2022

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An exacta vs a quinella
**A quinella bet is similar to an exacta as it requires the bettor to select the first two past the post in a horse race**. However, an exacta differs because the finishing order of those first two runners must also be correct, whereas, for a quinella, the order does not matter.

quinella (n.)
form of betting in which the bettor picks the first and second horses in a given race, 1942, American English, **from American Spanish quiniela, originally a ball game with five players, from Latin quini "five each," from quinque "five" (from PIE root *penkwe- "five")**.

$10
So your three runners can finish in any order in the first two placings and you have selected your first winning quinella. The box quinella cost, to collect 100% of the winning TAB dividend, is $3 – three $1 separate bets as shown in the table above. For five horses the cost would be **$10** and so on.

The payout on your boxed quinella bet depends on your flexi percentage. Simply **multiply the percentage by the official dividend**, and that is your payout for the quinella. For example: if the quinella dividend is $50 and your flexi percentage is 200%, your payout is $100.

The more runners you select for your boxed quinella, the more combinations will you have, but the cost of the bet will increase. A two-horse quinella costs $1 for a 100 per cent return of the quinella payout. A three-horse quinella for $1 will cost $3 — $1 for every runner.