Websites that review the wagering websites
GOOD-OLD-DAYS ARE GONE
There are many racing people who insist we go back a few decades to save the sport, but that is like opening a neighborhood book store. Amazon would put it out of business in a heartbeat. For the racing industry to survive, we must take the tracks worldwide via the new invention called the Internet. Rather than having a few old timers who live near the track hanging out at the fence, we must create millions of fans who live miles from the track. The “good-old-days, are the good old days.” They came and went.
Today, people place a lot of value on their time. Unlike the good-old-days, many horse fans do not want to spend the time and money to endure multiple miles of road rage to see a horse race. Nor do they want to spend time finding a parking place and clean seat. No more $4.00 hot dogs on stale buns, and $5.00 beers in a wax cup. Standing in line to place a wager is historic. Unlike horsemen, many fans might not like the smell of DMSO and manure. We MUST cater to the folks who will keep harness racing going – not the fifty who like to gather at the fence and wait 20 minutes to see 2 minutes of action.
Watching races worldwide (ask Cammie Haughton) from the comfort of one’s home is the future of harness racing. Many fractional ownership people are partners in multiple horses that race in both the US and Canada – sometimes at the same time. Thanks to the Internet, owners can now watch their horses at the Meadowlands, and then flip to see another at Yonkers. Of course, let us not forget the horse at Woodbine – all in the same night. That, my friend would necessitate a lot of driving to see three races. Are you beginning to get the picture?
The Czar wants desperately for horse owners to enjoy their experiences and not be frustrated by details (the Devil is in the details), so he has gone to great lengths reviewing websites that objectively review the hundreds of gambling sites to make sure you enjoy your online gambling experience. It is similar to what someone does who reviews restaurants for the consumer.
The Czar assumes your primary interest is wagering on Standardbred races, but he also realistically knows some folks enjoy other types of wagering. Therefore, he has included a few websites that provide you with detailed information to assist you in choosing the site right for you. They are, as follows:
- www.gamblingsites.org/ – Copyright © 2018 GamblingSites.org.
“Our stated mission neatly sums up what we are trying to achieve with our site. A big part of what we do is recommend the best gambling sites, but we recognize that there are many reasons why people might visit our site. We would like this website to be a resource that provides each and every one of our users with exactly what they are looking for.
In order to meet our ultimate objective, and cater for everyone that visits our site, we cannot simply focus on a single goal. We have therefore set ourselves a number of clear goals which we believe will help us meet our ultimate objective.”
- www.legalsportsreport.com/ – Copyright © 2018 LegalSportsReport.com. “LegalSportsReport.com is not owned by or affiliated with any online poker room, online casino, or daily fantasy sports site.
LSR does draw financial support from advertising relationships with various regulated online casinos and poker rooms and DFS sites.
- In some cases, we may receive a commission or other financial compensation when you visit an online poker room or casino via a link on LSR.
- In other cases, casinos or poker rooms may pay us in exchange for advertising space. These ads are clearly marked as sponsorship or are otherwise obviously demarcated from content (e.g. banner ads).
No matter what the case, our financial relationship with advertisers does not in any way influence the content on LSR. Our reviewers are paid a rate for their work that is completely disconnected from the revenue said work generates. Advertisers have no say or ability to influence any content on LSR. We have an internal firewall between the content development and advertising sales components of our business.”
Mailing Address: LegalSportsReport, 3651 Lindell Road, Suite D 505, Las Vegas, NV 89103
- www.oddsshark.com/ – Copyright © 2008-2018 OddsShark.
“Finding the Right Online Racebook for You. The purpose of the online racebook reviews located here are to help you study the different racebooks available and determine the best places to bet on horses. Our main objective is using our vast experience in the online racebook industry and knowledge of the various operators to help make your decision easier, and give you the most accurate information available. While some racebooks offer terrific bonuses, others have great rebates and cash back on your wagers. The best online racebooks will provide even more customer service perks and other horse racing benefits as additional considerations. Your top priority may be making sure the racebook pays winners quickly or provides stats, articles and tutorials for beginner players to help you learn more about the sport and beat the horses. Whatever the case might be, our reviews dig into the history and evolution of the various racebooks and give our recommendations on which ones are reputable and trustworthy.
With the horse racing industry so disjointed, it’s important to have at least one or two outlets for your horse betting, so that you can bet on any track at any time. Whatever you are looking for in an online racebook, do not settle for anything less than one that caters exactly to your needs and provides you with all the features you require as a horse bettor. Also, do not rush to make what could be a costly decision you may later regret. Instead, take your time and make sure all of your questions are answered by the racebook’s customer service department if needed. It definitely pays to shop around in order to make the right decision, so read online racebook reviews, talk with other horse bettors and visit the sites themselves before deciding for yourself which is the best online racebook for you.”
The information presented on this site has been collected from resources believed to be reliable and is presented strictly to assist those interested in wagering to locate a site that suits his, or her, suitability. It is not meant to endorse any particular site, however we may make comments regarding what we believe to be user friendly.
www.horseracing.info/ – This is a site we found that provides detailed information on multiple racetracks. They claim to be your source for information on major North American horse racing tracks. We were pleased to find information, such as: History of the track; location; size, length of stretch; width; surface; records set by horses; etc.
They offer betting tips, betting types, dictionary, etc. Keep in mind, they are in business to make money, so they also offer information on horse racing, poker, casino gambling and sports betting, so they may link you to third party websites and software, including additional promotional links.
123bet.com – Licensed and regulated by the North Dakota State Horse Racing Commission. Powered by eBet Technologies Inc., A Division of Sportech Racing and Digital Inc.
4njbets.com – Powered by TVG. Contains information on the racetracks.
amwager.com – AmWager is an affiliate of AmWest Entertainment, a diversified account wagering and international simulcast services company based in Prospect, Kentucky.
betamerica.com – BetAmerica offers legal betting on over 400 thoroughbred, harness, and quarter horse tracks from around the world. Get free access to past performances, the most advanced betting platform and watch all the races live. Owned by Churchill Downs (STOCK SYMBOL: CHDN)
betonline.com – BetOnline.com operates out of Panama City, Panama. Offers sports, politics, entertainment, horse racing or casino action.
betptc.com – Premier Turf Club (PTC) is a US based pari-mutuel account wagering provider that has been in business over 10 years. BetPTC is regulated in the state of Oregon by the Oregon Racing Commission.
dayatthetrack.com – Appears adequate, but we could not locate the ownership.
fingerlakesbonusbets.com – Finger Lakes Bonus Bets is a pari-mutuel Advanced Deposit Wagering (ADW) service owned by Finger Lakes Racing Association, Inc., a subsidiary of Delaware North Companies, Inc., providing legal, secure and user-friendly phone and online account wagering, powered by eBet Technologies Inc., a division of Sportech, Inc. All wagers placed through Finger Lakes Bonus Bets are commingled with partnered Host Track pari-mutuel pools.
hollywoodraces.com – Hollywood Races is a Pennsylvania and Oregon based service offered by eBet Technologies, Inc., Penn ADW, LLC Mountainview Thoroughbred Racing Association, LLC, Penn National Turf Club, LLC (collectively, the “Company”, “we” or “us”) to create, access and use advance deposit accounts for pari-mutuel wagering. Penn ADW, LLC, Mountainview Thoroughbred Racing Association, LLC, and Penn National Turf Club, LLC are affiliated with Penn National Gaming, Inc. (PNGI), (STOCK SYMBOL: PENN)), the largest operator of pari-mutuel facilities in North America. Through its subsidiaries PNGI owns, operates, or has ownership interests in twenty-seven gaming and pari-mutuel racing facilities in seventeen jurisdictions, including California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, West Virginia, and Ontario. As of 2016, PNGI operated facilities with aggregate features of approximately 33,000 gaming machines, 800 table games, 4,500 hotel rooms and property square footage of 10 million.
horseplayerinteractive.com – © 2018 Woodbine Entertainment Group. Access to over 450 Thoroughbred and Harness Racing tracks. Mail: HPIbet Support Centre, 555 Rexdale Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario Canada M9W 5L2
ibetmohegan.com – ibetMohegan.com is brought to you by The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono and Mohegan Sun. ibetMohegan.com utilizes a fully functional, state of the art wagering system developed by Sportech, Inc. The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono offers the best thoroughbred and harness races from the best racetracks in the USA and Canada.
keenelandselect.com – © 2018 Keeneland Association, Inc.
myracebet.com – Copyright © 2018 Churchill Downs Incorporated. According to “Whois Myracebet.com”, Myracebet is owned by Data Protected Data Protected of Data Protected since 2018. Myracebet was registered with eNom Inc. on January 18, 2002. Data Protected Data Protected resides in Toronto, Canada and their email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earlier, Myracebet owners included JOHN HERNANDEZ of TAMPA BAY DOWNS in 2014 as well as Tampa Bay Downs in 2013.
nyrabets.com – 2018 The New York Racing Association. NYRA Bets is America’s leading betting program, available nationwide on our App, online and on-track. As a legal, US-based, regulated and licensed provider of horse race wagering, NYRA Bets gives fans the opportunity to wager on more than 250 race tracks worldwide from anywhere at any time.
oaklawnanywhere.com – Copyright © 2018 Churchill Downs Incorporated. OaklawnAnywhere is an online wagering service provided by Oaklawn Jockey Club (Oaklawn), powered by TwinSpires. Oaklawn is licensed by the Arkansas Racing Commission.
Sportsbetting.ag – Not much information regarding the company is available, but it appears they offer various sports betting. SportsBetting.ag was acquired by BetOnline in 2012. Before that, Sportsbetting.ag struggled to pay their debts. In fact, they racked up $1.5 million in debt before BetOnline came along on their white stallion – and paid all the debts in full. They are one of the few remaining all-in-one gambling sites. You can bet on sports, play poker and casino games. They also offer bingo and financial betting. They accept US customers – from all 50 states. They are one of the few that do.
tvg.com – TVG Network (“TVG” is an initialism for its official name Television Games Network) is an online horse and greyhound racing betting business and American sports-oriented digital cable and satellite television network that is owned by FanDuel Group, the U.S. division of Paddy Power Betfair.
The channel was launched on July 14, 1999, and was founded by the United Video Satellite Group, the then-owners of the TV Guide Network (now Pop) and TV Guide magazine (from which the “TVG” initials were partially taken). On October 5, 1999, Gemstar International Group Ltd. purchased United Video Satellite Group.
In late February 2007, TVG ended its longtime affiliation with Churchill Downs Incorporated. On May 2, 2008, Gemstar-TV Guide was acquired by Macrovision (now Rovi Corporation) for $2.8 billion. Macrovision, which purchased Gemstar-TV Guide mostly to boost the value of its lucrative VCR Plus+ and electronic program guide patents, later stated that it was considering a sale of TVG, TV Guide Network and the TV Guide print edition’s namesake to other parties. In late 2008, Macrovision sold TVG to Betfair for $50 million in cash consideration. The deal was consummated on January 27, 2009, separating the channel from the company which acquired its founding owner in 2007.
In February 2015, Betfair acquired TVG’s sole competitor, HRTV, and began to consolidate it into TVG’s facilities. The network was re-branded as a sister network, TVG2, in October 2015.
Dedicated to horse racing and greyhound racing, in New Jersey it operates the 4NJBets platform on behalf of the state of New Jersey and its racing industry. Provides limited information on racetracks, but provides the names of the owner, trainer, driver of horses racing as an information tool, along with past performance and other information that many handicappers may use.
TVG covers over 100 tracks, with exclusive coverage of several tracks, including North American tracks such as Woodbine Race Course, Keeneland Race Course, Del Mar Racetrack, Meadowlands, Suffolk Downs and Monmouth Park. The network also broadcasts races from various tracks in Australia, United Kingdom, Ireland, and Japan. TVG coverage includes events such as the Travers Stakes, Haskell Invitational, Pacific Classic, Hollywood Gold Cup, Blue Grass Stakes, Wood Memorial, Melbourne Cup, Japan Cup and the All American Futurity.
twinspires.com – Owned by Churchill Downs (STOCK SYMBOL: CHDN). TwinSpires is the official online wagering site of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby. Players are able to wager on virtually every Thoroughbred, Harness and Quarter Horse race from venues across the globe.
usofftrack.com – US Off-Track is a licensed account wagering service provider and management company serving the thoroughbred, harness, and greyhound racing industries. US Off-Track offers services to licensed advance deposit wagering (ADW) entities. These services include, but are not limited to, call center management, live telephone betting operators, customer service, payment processing and interactive betting technologies and development. US Off-Track operates two state-of-the-art multi-community call centers supported by a highly trained staff of wagering operators and customer service representatives. The call center facilities are located in Oregon and New York.
watchandwager.com – Owned by WatchandWager.com LLC, a subsidiary Webis Holding PLC. Licensed and regulated by the North Dakota Racing Association.
xpressbet.com – Xpressbet is a licensed horse racing site that offers thoroughbred, harness, and quarter horse betting across more than 300 tracks around the world. This is one of the more comprehensive horse betting sites open to US customers with international racing coverage, live streaming video, and numerous wagering tools.