If the horse is not racing then it can only be bet on an event.
In an online boxing betting business, a horse bet, a bet on an event, is what is called a “waged” bet.
A “waged” bet is when you put money into a person’s account and the person will put their real money in your account. This is called a “bookmaker” or an “online bookmaker”.
The word “bookmakers” are all over the world but the ones in the UK are:
• Paddy Power
• William Hill (and many other bookies in the US
• William Hill Sports (including many bookies in Japan)
• Ladbrokes (in UK), William Hill, & Kowabatshevskiy & Vadim Klimentyev (in Russia)
• Bet365 (in UK);
• Betsafe (in UK) &
• Sportsbook.co.uk (in UK)
• Sportsbet (in UK)
Bookmakers are all over the world but the ones in the UK are:
• Bet365 (in UK)
• FirstBets (in UK);
• William Hill (in UK)
• Coral (In some countries),
• William Hill Sports (in UK)
• William Hill (in South Africa).
How is a horse bet made?
If a horse is not running a race, it can only be bet on an event. Most bookmakers will also include the odds for each of the events that the horse is likely to be involved in.
Bookmakers will also tell you who will fight the horse, who is likely to lose the race and when that chance will come in the betting window.
However, if all the bets have not yet been placed to one of the events, or are “unwaged”, there is usually no action yet and the bookmaker will simply tell you how much the bet amount is.
If the horse has a betting window where a person is able to place an unlimited number of bets at once, the bookmaker will add the amount to the person’s account balance. This is known as a “fixed amount” (sometimes also called “free-odds”).
There are several exceptions to this and most people choose their horse for betting
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