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Where Can I Bet the Breeders Cup Online From New York

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Published on:
Oct/31/2017

You can bet the Breeders Cup online from New York at any internationally-licensed race book, none of which will ever require you to provide a social security number or report your taxes to a government agency (note that all US-based horse racing sites must ask for a social security number and supply tax info). 

Unlike most of the US-based horse racing sites, Bookmaker has been around since 1986 and has built a reputation as one of the most respected betting operations online. 

Let’s look at some of the advantages between an international racebook and a US-based firm below.

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