Aktiebolaget Trav och Galopp (ATG) är travsportens samverkansorgan för spel Första gången man kunde spela V64 var och i dag kan man spela V ATG Logotyp · Öppna konto. Logga in V75, V86, V64 och HARRY BOY är exempel på varumärken som tillhör AB Trav och Galopp. Våra regler och villkor. Win, Show, Quinella, Exacta, Trifecta, Double, V3, V4, V5, V65, V64 and V Published by ATG, January Betting Regulations for the betting categories.

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Added weight A horse carrying more weight than the conditions of the race require, usually because the jockey exceeds the stated limit. F False Favorite False Favorite Horse that is a race favorite despite being outclassed by other competition in the field.

This person serves as professional adviser and consultant to the State Racing Commission on veterinary matters including all regulatory aspects of the application and practice of veterinary medicine at the track. Double is offered twice every race day at various racetracks throughout Sweden.

Trotter A natural gait of a horse in which his front leg on one side of his body moves in the same direction as the hind leg on the opposite side of his body. The number of products combined with a low price per betting combination allows skillful players to include a lot of good horses at a reasonable cost, and in doing so greatly increase their chances of accessing one of the biggest betting pools in the business.

Bridle A piece of equipment, usually made of leather or nylon, which fits on a horse’s head and is where other equipment, such as a bit and qtg reins, are attached. T Taken up Taken up A horse pulled up sharply by its driver because of being in close quarters. Heavy track Wettest possible condition of a turf course; not usually found in North America.

Past Performances A horse’s racing record, earnings, bloodlines xtg other data, presented in composite form. In Mutuels, a computer generated report indicating the number of races, the status of all entries, wagering pools, wagering minimums, pool requirements, and add-ins. You win if you correctly pick the winning horse.


Trainer The person employed by an owner or lessee to condition horses for racing. Place To finish second or third in a race. V Veterinarian Veterinarian The commission or board veterinarian, sometimes referred to as the state veterinarian, is usually appointed by the state racing commission. Photo finish The equipment and v46 used to aid the placing judges in determining the exact order of finish in a race.

Trifecta is offered on every race at atb racetracks throughout Sweden. You win if you correctly pick the first, second or aty horse. Learn more Find out why Sweden has some of the best horseracing in the world Learn. Novice Jump horse that has never won a race prior to current season.

Odds The probable pay-out price in the win pool or the ratio that represents that pay-out price. Leaver A horse which starts quickly from the starting gate in a race.


Draw The process of assigning post positions and the process of selecting contestants in a manner to ensure compliance with the conditions of the rules of racing. Post 1 Starting point for a race. Post Time The scheduled starting time for a contest. P Pace Pace The speed at which a f64 is run at different stages.

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Prep race A workout or race used to prepare a horse for a future engagement. Locked In A horse that is surrounded by other horses during a race and cannot find clearance to move forward is considered to be “locked in”. Post Position The pre-assigned position from which a horse will tag the starting gate. It may also show the amounts wagered in each mutuel pool as well as information such as jockey and equipment changes, etc. Trip An individual horse’s race, with specific reference to the difficulty or lack of difficulty the horse had during competition, e.

Racing points The horses get points at races if they win or are placed.

Also known as the “board. Horses which have made repeated breaks during races are required to re-qualify before being allowed to return to the wtg.


Soft track Condition of a turf course with a large amount of moisture. Show is offered on every race at various racetracks throughout Sweden.

D Daily Double Daily Double A type of bet on two races on a racing card to select the winning aty in the official result in each race. You win if you correctly pick the winning combination of the first, second and third horse in exact arg. If more than one horse offers the smallest return, there are said to be joint or co-favorites. Layoff A period of vacation or rest for a horse.

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Established reserve order A list where the horses are ranked after how many points they have got in there five latest starts, the first horse in this list will replace a horse that is scratched.

Find out why Sweden has some of the best horseracing in the world. Underlay A horse racing at shorter odds than seems warranted by its past performances. Filly Female horse four-years-old or younger. I In the money In the money A horse that finishes first, second or third. See fast; good; muddy; sloppy; frozen; hard; firm; soft; yielding; heavy. Exacta is offered on every thoroughbred race at various racetracks throughout Sweden. U Under Wraps Under Wraps Horse under stout restraint in a race or workout to keep it from pulling away from the competition by too large a margin.

Rail The position closest to the inside perimeter of a racetrack. Favorite The horse in each race which produces the smallest return shortest price for a customer. Horses sink very deeply into it. Stretch Turn Bend of track into the final straightaway. Like us on facebook to get all the latest information about Swedish horseracing and our major races. This is Swedish horse racing.

Quinella Selection of the first two finishers, irrespective of order, for a single contest.