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Haskell Invitational Shows Bookies, Agents Need a Good Horse Betting Platform

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Jul/30/2017

The Haskell Invitational is a prime example of why a good horse betting platform is an asset for today’s bookies and agents.

While not considered a marquee race the likes of the Kentucky Derby or Breeders Cup, the Haskell Invitational attracts plenty of gambling activity nonetheless.  The Kentucky Derby is widely considered the second most wagered on single day event in North America after the Super Bowl.  Throw in the Haskell Invitational and other prep races, bookies and agents stand to rake in millions more per year.

Most Pay Per Heads, which charge as little as $10 per customer per week compared to the more than $50 a customer would typically cost for a standalone bookie with all the overhead, feature excellent horse racing platforms and take wagers from dozens of tracks across the US and rest of the world.

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Arlington Park, Australia – B, Australia-A, Belmont Park, Cal Expo, Churchill Downs, Derby Lane Eve, Derby Lane Mat, Emerald Downs, Evangeline Downs, Fairmount Park, Finger Lakes, Freehold Raceway, Golden Gate, Gulfstream, Harrahs Philadelphia, Hastings Park, Hawthorne Harness, Hoosier Park, Indiana Downs, Jacksonville Mat, Jacksonville Night, Laurel Park, Lone Star Park, Los Alamitos, Meadows, Meadowlands Harness, Mohawk Raceway, Mountaineer Park, Northfield Park, Northville Downs, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Eve, Parx Racing, Penn National, Pocono Downs, Prairie Meadows, Remington Park, Santa Anita Park, Saratoga Harness, Tampa Bay Downs, Thistledown, Tucson, Turf Paradise, Wheeling D Eve, Wheeling D Mat, Woodbine, Yonkers Raceway, and many more. Not only do players have the option to bet on the traditional Thoroughbred races, but there are also track options to wager on Harness Racing and Greyhound Dog races.

AcePerHead.com offers multiple different betting options that players can wager on when betting horses, like Win, Place, Show, Exacta, Exacta Box, Exacta Reverse, Trifecta Box, Daily Double, Pick 3, Superfecta and Superfecta Box. Specific limits and payout odds can be set specifically for each of these types of racing bets, or some can be completely disallowed.

AcePerHead.com offers betting on over 150 racetracks around the world.

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- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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