The rating of a horse (or probable rating) makes it possible to see which horses bettors wager the most on. At every trotting or gallop race, each horse is given a rating which expresses the expected payoffs from a 1euro bet considering all PMU (Pari Mutuel Urbain) and PMH (Pari Mutuel Hippodrome) stakes.
When a horse gathers many bets, its rating is lowered, and it becomes a FAVOURITE (with a greater chance to win the race but lower payoffs). For example, a €2 bet “to win” on a favourite with a rating of 2 to 1, will result in a total payoff of €4.
When a horse does not gather many bets, its rating is increased, and it becomes an OUTSIDER (with a lower chance to win the race but higher payoffs). For example, a €2 bet to win on an outsider with a rating of 25 to 1, will result in a total payoff of €50 if the horse comes in first.
The racing programme is available in the form of a brochure when you enter. It is sold for €2. It is also posted on our website where it can be downloaded free of charge.
Read the racing programme carefully because it will give you all the useful information you need to follow and understand the races (discipline, distance, runners, prize money, starting time, last races, etc.)