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Betting on the Kentucky Derby 2010: 8 Percent Back on All Bets

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Apr/27/2010
Betting on the Kentucky Derby 2010

Another great reason why betting on the Kentucky Derby 2010 online is so much more rewarding than heading to Churchill Downs: Bookmaker.com is offering 8 percent back on Kentucky Derby losses.

But wait!  It gets even better!

Not only is the oldest North American facing bookmaker offering 8 percent back on losses, they are also offering 8 percent back on winning bets.

Experience the 2010 Kentucky Derby at historic Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky & be able to place your horse bets right with your own mobile device or if you prefer from the comfort of your home through our Online Racebook! Either way you'll get the best horse betting odds, props, betting options, 8% rebate & more!

In other words, if you bet $500 on the Kentucky Derby, you will get $40 back in addition to the winnings (if the bet is a winner).

Betting on the Kentucky Derby takes place right up to post time but Gambling911.com highly recommends having all wagers placed no later than 4 pm EST to ensure access to the website prior to the last two hours of crunch time.

The Kentucky Derby is the single most bet on one day event of the year.

Open your online Kentucky Derby 2010 betting account here

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Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com 

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