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Where Can I Bet the Breeders Cup Online From Nebraska?

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Nov/01/2017

You can bet this year’s Breeders Cup from Nebraska in the comfort of your own home at any one of a number of top international Internet racebooks, none of which will ever require you to provide a social security number.

Fonner Park and Lincoln Race Course are two of the state race tracks simulcasting this Saturday’s big Breeders Cup Classic race.

Fonner Park, located just off Interstate 80 in Grand Island, in the center of Nebraska, is Central Nebraska's entertainment destination.

Both Fonner Park and Lincoln Race Course feature betting apps but each will require a social security number and limited wagering options and bonuses.

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