Website Access From New Jersey, Georgia, Missouri, More

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
May/02/2015 Website Access From New Jersey, Georgia, Missouri, More

For those of you trying to access the website from New Jersey, Georgia, Missouri, Mississippi, Arizona and a handful of other states, you are plum out of luck.

Residents of these states will have to rely on local race sites or establishments or the couple of dozen offshore racebooks that accept bets from Americans., which has been in business for ten years now, accepts bets in the USA while offering generous cash bonuses and rebates up to 15% weekly

Throughout the hours leading up to the Kentucky Derby, viewers will be exposed to ads though several million will be unable to play there. Canadians are also excluded from playing at

Only the following states all access to the TwinSpires site (though the offshore sites tend to offer much better incentives and value).

Alabama,  Arkansas,  California,  Colorado,  Connecticut,  Delaware,  Florida,  Idaho,  Illinois,  Indiana,  Iowa,  Kansas,  Kentucky,  Louisiana,  Maine,  Maryland,  Massachusetts,  Michigan,  Minnesota,  Montana,  Nebraska,  New Hampshire,  New Mexico,  New York,  North Dakota,  Ohio,  Oklahoma,  Oregon,  Pennsylvania,  Rhode Island,  South Dakota,  Tennessee,  Vermont,  Virginia,  Washington,  West Virginia,  Wisconsin, and Wyoming 

Not on the list? Go here.

- Don Shapiro,

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