What is a Quadrella?

Michael Kruse / October 21, 2016

Ever heard the term “Quaddie”?

Watch the video below to find out what on earth is a “Quaddie

A Quadrella requires you to pick four winners from four races.

Which is usually the last four races at one meeting.

A Quadrella differs from an All-Up or parlay in that the dividend is determined by the amount of money in the dividend pool amongst successful investors.

As opposed to an All Up that transfers your winnings from one race to the next.

The minimum investment for a Quadrella here is 50 cents, however all dividends will be displayed for $1.

Flexi and Mystery Quaddie betting are also available on Quadrella’s.

Example if you want to have a $1.00 Quadrella with 2 runners in each leg. This will cost you a total of $16 (2 x 2 x 2 x2) to get a full 100%.

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Michael Kruse
Michael loves all things all horse racing and has been in the game for quite some time. His knowledge in the betting space is second... [Read full bio]

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