Saturday 6 July – Biggest Tote Pools In SA History On The Cards

Tote betting on the bumper Hollywoodbets Durban July racemeeting on Saturday 6 July, is now open and it’s your chance to get set to bet and win on Africa’s biggest betting day of the year.

All TAB Win, Place, Exacta, Quinella and Swinger bets for Races 7 and 8, that’s the Hollywoodbets Gr1 Durban July and the Ridgemont Gr1 Garden Province Stakes, will be commingled directly into the Hong Kong Jockey Club World Pool tote.

Jockey class of 2023 – bigger things happening this year (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

These will be the biggest tote pools in the history of SA horseracing – so you can effectively bet your maximum without denting the payout!

Expect Exacta pools of some R5 million, with a Win pool on the July of about R20 million, and pools of over R10 million on the other bet types!

  • Race 1: Leg 1 Jackpot ONE – likely pool R750 000
  • Race 2: Leg 1 BiPot ONE – likely pool R750 000
  • Race 3: Leg 1 Place Accumulator – likely pool R2,5 MILLION
  • Race 4: Leg 1 R2,000,000 carryover Pick 6 – likely pool R20 MILLION!
  • Race 5: Leg 1 Jackpot TWO – likely pool R2 MILLION
  • Race 7: Hollywoodbets Durban July R2 000 000 carryover Quartet – likely pool R12 MILLION!
  • Also Leg 1 BiPot TWO – likely pool R250 000
  • Race 9: Leg 1 R500 000 carryover Jackpot THREE – likely pool R3 MILLION!

Looking back at last year’s 2023 Hollywoodbets Durban July, pools were as follows:

  • Win: R8,7 million
  • Place: R3,4 million
  • Exacta: R1,14 million (first two to finish exact order)
  • Quinella: not offered in 2023 (first two to finish any order)
  • Swinger: R4,4 million (two of first three to finish)
  • Trifecta: R2,7 million (first three to finish exact order)
  • Quartet: R10,9 million (first four to finish exact order)

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