Run an Online Racebook From Ohio

Written by:
Don Shapiro
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You can run your own online racebook from the state of Ohio.

Start with 5 player accounts for FREE.  10 players just $69 per week. At SharpBookies.com, you can build your own online sportsbook, including setting the juice. Take absolute control and customize everything from line movement to payouts.  Direct players to your own domain name. Tailor the look-and-feel of your site.  Run reports, track trends, and manage your entire Fantasy operation from the comfort of your own space. LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on most nationally televised games.

Ohio has plenty of horse racing fans.  JACK ThistleDown is home to the Ohio Derby as well as Best of Ohio series.

Horse racing in the state is allowed with permit while on-track pari-mutuel wagering and wagering is available at fourteen satellite facilities legal.

If you have or can get ten players, SharpBookies.com will charge $69 weekly, which is well below the cost associated with managing this number of players on your own.  Horse bettors will typically wager on other sports such as College Football, especially in Florida.  At least half these players will indulge in LIVE IN-PLAY betting.  On average, with this number of customers (10).  

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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