from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A bet won by choosing both winners of two specified races on one day, as in horseracing.
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- n. a single bet on two horse races in the same day
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He had forecast one quinella, the daily double and three place horses, each time reinvesting all his winnings and now he was 5,753 HK richer.
I'll win the quinella or the daily double and one day we'll go home to my village and I'll take our lands back and plant them again and Chairman Mao will welcome us home and let us take our lands back and we'll live so happily, so rich and so happy ….