All Up

All Up

An All Up is a single bet which automatically reinvests winnings from one race, referred to as a leg, to another.

You can include up to 6 legs in an All Up bet, take different Tote bet types in each leg (i.e. Win, Place, Each Way or Quinella) and have multiple selections in all or any of the legs.

All selections included in an All Up bet must be from the same race meeting.

How is an All Up Dividend Calculated?

All Up is not a Flexi bet. This means the selected investment will be applied to all bet combinations which form the All Up. Any return from the original investment in Leg 1 will be automatically invested onto the next Leg.

The return is calculated by multiplying the investment by the official dividend for a winning selection.


Formula betting is an extension of All Up and allows you invest upon the various combinations contained within your selections.

For example if you selected a four leg All Up, contained within the selections are the following combinations:

  • 4 x Singles
  • 6 x 2 Leg All Up (referred to as Doubles)
  • 4 x 3 Leg All Up (referred to as Trebles)
  • 1 x 4 Leg All Up (referred to as Pick 4)

By using Formula you can opt to invest upon all, or a selection of, the available combinations. The same spend amount is applied to each Formula option selected.

Once a Formula bet has been successfully placed, you will receive one receipt encapsulating all selected combinations.

Any dividends will not be payable until the last leg of the bet is resulted.


If any selections in an All Up are scratched the investment on that selection will automatically progress to the next leg. If it is the last leg of the All Up the bet will return a dividend.

If all selections across one bet combination are scratched the initial All Up investment on that combination will be refunded.

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