Reverse Forecast
What is a Reverse
Forecast?
Reverse Forecast is where two selections are chosen in a
race, they are to finish either 1st and 2nd in
either order. Therefore a reverse forecast is two
straight forecast bets and is actually two stakes.
Reverse Forecast
Information.
If you didn't understand the top one, then I will explain it
again here,
A forecast is a where the gambler tries to pick
the 1st and 2nd horse in a particular race in
the correct order: the gambler quite literally tries to
forecast what will happen.
A reverse forecast, therefore, is selecting the first and
second horses, but in can be in either order  it doesn’t
matter which is first and which is second.
This is not unlike an “Each Way” bet  where there are in
effect two bets placed, one to win and one to place 
similarly, reverse forecast bets cost double the stake, as one
is placing two bets. For example, I think horse A and horse B
will finish first and second, but am not sure what order, so I
place a Reverse Forecast on A and B. I would have the following
bets:
Horse A to beat horse B and Horse B to beat Horse A
The Tote used to do a bet called the Dual Forecast, which
was the same as a reverse forecast that carried one price for
either result, however, they switched to the Exacta (another
name for a forecast) a number of years ago. Each result (A
beats B and B beats A) therefore now has a different price 
some people like only to place single exactas.
A reverse forecast on the Tote is therefore called a
“Reverse Exacta”.
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