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TwinSpires is one of the most trusted horse racing apps in the business. It is the official betting partner of the Kentucky Derby. DRFBets is the betting platform of the Daily Racing Form, one of the most trusted sources of information in horse racing.
Apps and websites operating in these states often allow wagering on races across the country and even internationally.
That leaves it up to the states whether they want to legalize online wagering on horse races. When you place horse race bets online, you probably want to watch them too. Luckily you have several options other than going to the horse tracks themselves or off-track betting parlors. Many of the featured sites and apps above offer live feeds of races right on their platforms. You can also get TVG via cable, where offered. If there are no real races going on, you can also wager on virtual horse races.
These are races simulated by a computer program, and bettors can still wager on the outcome. More on virtual sports betting. Unfortunately, this is not offered in the United States, although some casinos — both land-based and online — could offer this in the near future. Wagering on virtual horse races is more common in Europe and other regulated markets internationally. Getting tickets to the big event can be next to impossible.
However, fans do not have to miss a second of the action with one of our recommended online racebooks. The race is slightly shorter than the Kentucky Derby and is known for having a raucous party in the infield of the track. The thrill of the Preakness race is just a couple of clicks away. The races cover numerous divisions and often, the year-end championships are on the line.
This is the horseplayer equivalent of Christmas and sharp handicappers can pocket significant winnings with such competitive races.
One path to success when wagering on horse racing is to develop a strategy and stick to it. Strategies can vary from person to person so it is important to find one that makes sense to you and experiment to see which one yields you the most success. First off, this involves watching a lot of racing.
The more you see, the more you will develop an eye for a horse that ran a good race despite a troubled trip, bad luck or a poor ride. Make note of these horses and pay attention to the next time they are racing.
The average patron may not realize that this horse actually ran a good race the time before and is in better form than he or she appears on paper and therefore, being the astute handicapper that you are, you could get some hidden value.
Even on the days you do not handicap the races, take a few moments and go back and look through the result charts. Do you notice any trends from the day? Sometimes, a track bias can develop which means that the track is heavily playing in favor of horses on the lead or maybe closers. Another thing to keep an eye out for is whether or not an inordinate amount of horses are winning on the rail — sometimes you can see a trend developing.
If you do, watch even more closely the next day to see if that trend or bias is continuing. Some jockey and trainer combinations get hot and stay hot during the course of a race meet. Pay attention and notice when jockey and trainer combinations team up for a high percentage amount of victories. There are many different ways you can place your bets to maximize both your excitement and potential to cash in.
There are simple and relatively exlf explanatory wagers such as win, place and show wagers. Betting a horse to win is obvious, place means second, show means finishing third. Once you have that mastered, you can move on to exotic wagers like exactas, trifectas and superfectas. In an exacta, you pick the top two finishers. A trifecta means you pick the top three finishers and a superfecta is the top four. The final piece of the wagering puzzle involves multi-race bets such as doubles, Pick 3s, Pick 4s and the most challenging, a Pick 6.