Single Bet Calculator

Have you won on your horse racing bet and want to know what you’ve won? Use our free, mobile-friendly singles bet calculator now to work out what you can expect back from the bookies!

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How to Use The Free Single Bet Calculator

Using the single bet calculator could not be easy, follow the simple steps below:

  1. Enter whether your single bet is win or each way.
  2. Enter your preferred odds format – this can be fractional or decimal odds
  3. Enter the result of your horse – win, placed or dead heat
  4. Enter the odds of your selection
  5. Enter the stake you bet
  6. Your winnings will be calculated!

If needed if will take on board any Rule 4 deductions – just click that box.

Single Bet Calculator

Frequently Asked Questions About Singles Bets

Here are the most popular questions we get asked:

What is a Single Bet?

A single bet is the simplest bet type as you choose one selection to win or get a place (known as each-way betting).

After predicting an outcome (your selection), you specify the stake (the amount you want to bet) and place the bet.

If your selections win the single wins you can calculate your returns by multiplying the odds by the stake.

A single bet is the most simple and most popular bet in the UK both in betting shops, with online bookmakers and at UK racecourse on course.

A Win Single Bet Explained

A win single bet is one selection on one particular event.

The return comes down to the amount staked combined with the price.

On a win single bet, the selection has got to win the event and if placed you lose all your stake.

Win Single Bets Examples

Here are some single bet examples of returns:

  • Red Rum to win Grand National at 14-1. You place £10 win and he wins. You win your stake, multiplied by odds, plus your stake back. So 14 x £10 plus your £10 back – so the bet returns £150
  • Camelot to win The Derby at 7-1. You place £20 win and he wins. Your win your stake, multiplied by odds, plus your stake back. So 7 x £20 plus your £20 back – so the bet returns £160

If any selections on a winning bet finish second you have lost your bet. But some bookmakers do offer a money-back if your horse finishes 2nd promotion.

Each Way Single Bet Explained

Each way single bet is one selection on a particular event. On each way single bets, the selection has got to win the event or be placed to receive a return.

The return comes down to the amount staked combined with the price.

The places depend on the number of runners in the race.

Check out our guide for more information about each ways bets.

Each Way Single Bets Examples

Here are some single bet examples of returns:

  • Hermosa in the 1000 Guineas on an each way bet at 10-1. You place £10 EW and you win your stake, multiplied by odds, plus your stake back, if the horse wins for the winning bet. Plus you receive your place returns which would be a place at 2-1 (1-5th odds). The single bet returns £140 if the horse wins the race and £30 if the horse places.
  • Galileo Gold in the 2000 Guineas on an each way bet at 20-1. You place £20 EW and you win your stake, multiplied by odds, plus your stake back, if the horse wins for the winning bet. Plus you receive your place returns which would be a place at 4-1 (1-5th odds). The single bet returns £520 if the horse wins the race and £100 if the horse places.

Summary

A single is the most simple and most popular horse racing bet in the UK. It is basically picking one horse in one race.

If you have been lucky enough to win, or get placed if you bet each way, work out your winning today using our calculator.

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