Can I Bet Online at TwinSpires.com From Kansas?

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Nov/01/2017

You are not permitted to bet online at TwinSpires.com from the state of Kansas.  That said, residents of the state are in luck as international online racebooks do accept customers from Kansas without the need to provide a social security number nor do they report your income to the US government though Gambling911.com strongly advises that you declare your horse winnings when filing your taxes.

The state of Kansas technically allows horse betting but does not currently have any licensed tracks.

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