Can I Bet on TwinSpires From Vermont, New Hampshire?

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Over these next few days you will be seeing plenty of advertisements for, a US-based online horse racing site, even throughout the states of New Hampshire and Vermont.  A host of licensed international racebook sites are happy to take your Kentucky Derby bets as well without requiring you to provide your social security number.

Now only will you be required to provide TwinSpires with your social security number, they also report your winnings to the IRS.

A site like Bookmaker, which has been operating since 1986 (beginning as a sports betting call center):  That’s not the case. Bookmaker offers top rebates as well as being endorsed by does not accept bets from these states.

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