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Kentucky Derby Longshots to Watch

Part of the allure of the Kentucky Derby is the fact that the payoffs on the race are typically out of this world. Even when the favorites hit the board, the exotics are often three, if not four digits, and that alone presents a heck of an opportunity for fortunate bettors. But when the longshots […] Read more
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Odds With $2 Minimum Payoff For Horse Racing

You are betting on horse races and want to know how much your winning bet will give you. To compute your $2 win price, take the odds of your horse and multiply the first number by 2, divide that by the second number, and then add $2 — simple as that! Following is a list […] Read more

The Joys of Betting Horse Racing

Horse racing is a one of those rare sports in which you can both participate and reap financial benefit. You are NOT betting against the house, you are matching wits with fellow horse players just like yourself. If you pick the right horses at the right price, you will go home with more cash than […] Read more

How to Bet on Horses – Basic Horseracing Betting Wagers

To effectively bet on horse racing you first have to understand the types of wagers offered. Most online horse betting sites and race tracks offer the popular wagers listed below. WIN – You bet your horse to finish first. If your horse wins you collect. PLACE – You bet your horse to finish second. If […] Read more

Betting Exactas and Quinellas

Exactas and quinellas give you a chance to make a good score in races that might otherwise be unplayable. This is due to the fact that while the horse you like might represent poor value in the win pool, it can still be excellent value in the exacta and quinella pools – if you can […] Read more
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Horse Racing Surface and Track Conditions

Horseracing in North America is conducted over both dirt and turf (grass) surfaces, with the majority of races being conducted on the dirt (there are also a few rare synthetic-based surfaces). While you might think dirt is dirt and turf is turf, the condition of these two racing surfaces can vary dramatically and it is […] Read more