Where Can I Bet the Breeders Cup Online From New Mexico?

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BetDSI.com is one of a handful of reputable online racebooks where you will be able to bet this year’s Breeders Cup Classic from the great state of New Mexico.

While websites such as Xpressbet and TwinSpires.com allow betting from the Land of Enchantment, be prepared to offer up your social security number.  This is NOT something you need to provide with sites like BetDSI.com.

Hundreds of thousands of bets on Saturday’s race will be placed with the few dozen offshore racebooks that do accept customers from states like New Mexico.

There are advantages to betting at either internationally licensed

online racebooks or US-based racebooks that we review below.



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Does Not Require Social Security #

Must Provide Social Security #

Encourages Tax Declaration of Winnings

Reports Tax Info to Government

Offers Betting on Hundreds More Events

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