Can I Bet on NYRABets From North Carolina?

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/07/2023

NYRABets is not available from the state of North Carolina.  Alternative options include BetOnline.

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NYRA Bets is a US based, legal, licensed, and secure option for your online horse racing bets. NYRA Bets is the official betting partner of the Belmont Stakes, the New York Racing Association (NYRA), and we are dedicated to the sport of horse racing.  But, again, you won't be able to bet with the site from North Carolina.

Current Belmont Stakes Betting Odds - 2023

Forte                            2/1

Angel of Empire            7/2

Tapit Trice                    9/2

National Treasure         6/1

Arcangelo                     17/2

Hit Show                       10/1

Red Route One             20/1

Tapit Shoes                   25/1

Il Miracolo                    50/1

Horse to Finish in the Top 3                 

Forte                            -250

Angel of Empire            -135

Tapit Trice                    -110

National Treasure         +130

Arcangelo                     +175

Hit Show                       +225

Red Route One             +400

Tapit Shoes                   +550

Il Miracolo                    +1200

Horse Racing in NC

The Tryon Block House is the longest-running steeplechase in North Carolina, since 1947. The National Steeplechase Association sanctions four of the races. It's located near Columbus, about 50 miles from Asheville.

Outside of internationally licensed online racebooks like BetOnline, which also features a full sportsbook and live dealer casino, the only places where you can legally bet on horses are in-person at off-track betting locations.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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