quinella


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qui·nel·la

 (kwĭ-nĕl′ə, kē-) also qui·nie·la (kēn-yĕl′ə)
n.
A system of betting in which the bettor, in order to win, must pick the first two finishers of a race, but not necessarily in the correct sequence.

[American Spanish quiniela, diminutive of Spanish quina, keno, from French quine; see keno.]

quinella

(kwɪˈnɛlə)
n
(Gambling, except Cards) Austral and NZ a form of betting on a horse race in which the punter bets on selecting the first and second place-winners in any order
[from American Spanish quiniela a game of chance]

qui•nel•la

(kiˈnɛl ə, kwɪ-)

also qui•nie•la

(kinˈyɛl ə)

n., pl. -las.
a type of bet, esp. on horse races, in which the bettor, in order to win, must select the first- and second-place finishers without specifying their order of finishing.
[1940–45, Amer.; < American Spanish]
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For an Exacta you need to select two runners to finish first and second in the correct order, in a Quinella they can finish in any order.
The type of bets are: Win, Place, Forecast Pool, Quinella Pool, Jackpot Pool.
Approximately $440,000 in win, place, show, exacta, quinella, trifecta, superfecta and daily double wagers were refunded.
Delta Blues, trained by Katsuhiko Sumii and ridden by Yasunari Iwata, prevailed in a stirring finish from Damien Oliver's mount Pop Rock, also trained by Sumii, in only the ninth time one trainer has had two horses feature in the quinella in the Melbourne Cup.
Nevamar designs and sells decorative Laminates; brand names include Nevamar, Pluswood, Vinylface, Lamclad and Quinella.
com will offer fixed-odds on bets ranging from one-touch, no-touch, range and win, place, quinella, on combinations of market indices selected by customers on the www.
Conditional Wagering lets the customer set minimum acceptable odds on Win wagers with a sole betting interest, and minimum probable payoffs on straight Daily Double, Exacta and Quinella wagers.
We had a few calls about him after he sired the quinella in the Group 3 Blue Diamond races in Australia, and he's the only one we've laid so far," says Burke.
Products are marketed by Nevamar under the VinylFace, LamClad, and Quinella brand names respectively.
So Thirty Love, by then 10 years old, returned to the racing life, rallying from last to finish second in his comeback race and triggering a $1,100 quinella at the track now known as Tampa Bay Downs.
The post quinella of 2-11 earned 820 yen, while the bracket quinella of 1-6 was worth 610 yen.