Premier Trotting is a perfect game for those who are keen on horse betting, as it involves just that. A player has two options for betting, win and place, which can be used on the same horse at the same time.
How to Play
-and+ keys are used for the bet amount.
Forecast, dual forecast and standard bets are available.
Start is used to start the race.
New race button is used for another race.
Skip race shows the race’s end result.
A player can check the race again by pressing replay race button.
How much a player wins, if his horse wins or places, depends on the type of the bet he has placed as well as the odds, that are randomly given to each horse.
It’s possible to bet on several horses, till the bet limit is reached.
A player can choose whether he wants to play in a regular mode or expert mode. The expert mode is enhanced with two bets, forecast (a player places a bet that 2 horses will be 1st and 2nd in the race in a particular order) and dual forecast (he places a bet that 2 horses will be 1st and 2nd in the race regardless of the order)
Win betting is a standard bet that is available in the regular mode. The player places this bet on the horse he thinks will win the race.
Place betting is a standard bet available in the regular mode. The player places this bet on the horse he thinks will occupy one of the first three places in the race.
The player can place both of these bets on one horse if he likes.
This bet is available only in the expert mode. The player places a bet that 2 horses will be 1st and 2nd in the race in a particular order.
This bet is only available in the expert mode. The player places a bet that 2 horses will be 1st and 2nd in the race in no particular order.
A player can place his bet on several horses in a race, the amount of which depends on the bet limit.
Race results are generated in a random manner.
Each race is not depended on the previous one.
How much a player wins depends on the type of bet and odds, that are placed on each horse randomly.
A player receives payouts not in coins but in credits.
If a site experiences technical difficulties, the payouts and races are cancelled.