Where Can I Bet the Preakness Stakes Online From Wisconsin?

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May/19/2017

You can bet the Preakness Stakes online from Wisconsin in the comfort of your home at any one of the internationally licensed racebooks, none of which will ever require a social security number.

Wisconsin does not have race tracks so plenty of folks will be wagering from their place of residence.

There will be viewing parties throughout the state with the most heavily promoted perhaps in Middleton at the Bishop’s Bay Country Club near Madison.  You will need to be a member however. 

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2018 Preakness Stakes Morning Odds

Justify continued to come in as the 1-2 favorite, however, these odds have come down over the past few days from 1-3.

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Can I Bet on XpressBet From Minnesota?

Minnesota residents are permitted to bet online with Xpressbet.

Can I Bet at XpressBet Online From Wisconsin?

Can I Bet at XpressBet Online From Wisconsin?

There are no restrictions for playing on XpressBet.com from Wisconsin, however, unlike internationally-licensed online race books, you will need to provide your social security number and tax documents.

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