M (or ML) stands for Morning Line. This is what the odds of this horse this morning as compared to current odds. PL stands for Profit Line This is internally calculated by TwinSpires. A green number shows that we believe the current odds are “over” the value of what it should be.
What does P mean in horse racing results?
Pulled up In horse racing abbreviations relating to form, 'P' stands for “pulled up”. This means that the horse was unable to finish the race and was pulled up by its jockey before reaching the finish line.
How much does a $2 win place show bet cost?
$4 Win/Place or Place/Show: Simply a combination of win & place or place & show. There are two combinations, so a $2 bet would cost $4 in total.
How much does place pay out?
How Much Does a Place Bet Pay? A place bet payout is very simple. The payout is whatever your bet was, multiplied by the place odds. For example: a $100 bet on a horse paying $2 for the place means your payout is $200 (a profit of $100).
What does PL mean on a racing form?
These are terms related to horse racing wagers. WN (Win): A bettor wins by selecting a horse that finishes first. PL (Place): A bettor wins by selecting a horse that finishes first or second. SH (show): A bettor wins by selecting a horse that finishes first, second or third.
What is placing a bet?
Unlike a win bet, the place bet has three options to be a successful bet – your runner can finish first, second or third. When you have a place bet, you're betting on your horse to finish in the official placings: first, second or third. If your horse finishes in the top three, your bet wins.