Our quaddie calculator calculates the cost of your quadrella bets.
A quaddie is an exotic bet type where you must select the winner from 4 nominated races at the one race meet. A quaddie is calculated by multiplying the number of selections in each leg. For example, if you select:
The quaddie will cost 3 x 5 x 1 x 4 = $60 for a full $1 unit giving you 100% of the quaddie dividend should your bet be successful.
A flexi quaddie allows you to decide how much you want to spend on the quadrella bet. For the example above, if you want to limit the cost of the bet to $15, you can do so and this will give you a 25% (15 / 60 – 25%) stake in a full $1 unit. The quaddie calculator is not an odds calculator, it calculates the cost of the bet and not the winning return.