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We present you nine fabulous articles on horse racing including two “down the memory lane” articles covering historic racebook wins and the history of horse racing. The other topics covered include Choosing a racebook, Rebates and rewards, Are online racebooks safe, Yearly horse racing events, Historic racebook wins, How to bet on horse races online, Racebook deposit and withdraws, and Horse betting tips.
So be you a seasoned veteran or a newbie, we have something for both. Our articles on Choosing a racebook, Rebates and rewards, Are online racebooks safe, Horse betting tips, Yearly horse racing events, How to bet on horse races online and Racebook deposit and withdraws are specifically aimed at bettors wanting to migrate to an online horse racing platform. These 7 articles include valuable tips and guidelines on selecting a safe online racebook and also walk the newcomer through the process of making the first deposit or the first withdrawal at an online racebook. The other 2 articles viz. Historic racebook wins and History of horse racing are something that veterans would love to read and in the process, make a trip down the memory lane reminiscing on their own triumphs at the race tracks.
After running the best race in his career two weeks ago in the Kentucky Derby, Animal Kingdom now goes for the second leg of the Triple Crown in the Preakness Stakes. He was a 20/1 long shot in the Derby but is a 2-1 favorite in the Preakness. Animal Kingdom will race against a full [...]
Anticipation is starting to build for this year’s Kentucky Derby and early odds for betting the first jewel in horse racing’s Triple Crown have been posted at sportsbook.com. With a shortage of obvious standouts and few if any horses than can be dismissed outright, this year’s Kentucky Derby shapes up as a handicapper’s nightmare. One [...]
It is never too early to look at the horses that will be competing for this years Triple Crown.Â The Kentucky Derby will run on May 7th, followed by the Preakness on May 21, ending with the June 11th Belmont Stakes. Led by champion Uncle Mo, a total of 364 3-year-olds have been nominated to [...]
Horse racing in North America differs from such events held in some other parts of the world. Yes, the horses still race and bets can still be placed, but the types of bets placed in America compared to Europe can be different. It is worth keeping that in mind if you fancy a wager while [...]
Saratoga race course is located in Saratoga Springs, New York. It was opened in 1863, making it the oldest venue for organized sports in the United States. Two men, John Hunter and William R Travers had the track constructed. The Travers Stakes is the oldest thoroughbred horse race and it is held at Saratoga race [...]
Betting on horse races in the U.S. is quite simple. The three common ways in which to place your bet are, to win, to place or to show. A bet placed ‘to win’ is also called a straight bet. This basically means that the money that you bet (your stake) is placed on the horse [...]
The story of the race horse Alydar is probably unknown to those outside of horse racing circles unless you are a big fan of true crime. Alydar’s racing career is perhaps best known for the fact he lost out to his major rival, Affirmed, in every leg of the Triple Crown event. Alydar came an [...]
Seabiscuit, the subject of several films, documentaries and books was an American thoroughbred race horse that became a symbol of hope during the terrible years of the Great Depression. Seabiscuit was born and reared on Claiborne Farm in Kentucky. He never gave the impression of being a champion as he was small and slept for [...]
The Kentucky Derby is arguably the most popular horse racing event in America. It is the first leg of the Triple Crown followed by the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes. A horse has to win all of the three events to be a Triple Crown winner. The race itself is for three-year-old thoroughbred horses [...]