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# What is a Super Heinz Bet?

A Super Heinz bet is a type of wager that involves placing seven different selections across seven different races. The bet consists of 120 separate bets, 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 four-folds, 21 five-folds, 7 six-folds, and a seven-fold accumulator. The bet is known as a Super Heinz because it is named after the Heinz brand of ketchup and the number of total bets it contains.

In order to win this bet, all of the seven selections must win their respective races. This can be quite a difficult feat, as the odds of all seven selections winning are very slim. However, if all seven selections win, the payouts can be quite substantial.

## How Many Horses Make a Super Heinz?

A Super Heinz bet requires seven different selections, meaning that seven different horses must be chosen in order for the bet to be placed. This means that a minimum of seven horses are required in order to make a Super Heinz bet.

However, it is possible to place a Super Heinz bet with more than seven selections. For example, if a punter was to choose nine selections, the bet would then consist of 210 separate bets, 36 doubles, 84 trebles, 84 four-folds, 36 five-folds, 9 six-folds, and a nine-fold accumulator.

The number of selections chosen can be as low as four or as high as twelve. The number of bets placed will increase exponentially with each additional selection.