Where Can I Bet the Triple Crown Online From Florida?

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You can bet this year’s Triple Crown online from Florida via any number of international racebooks that won’t ask for your social security number or report your betting activity to a government entity.

While Florida features a number of top race tracks in which to bet from, most of these are located in and around the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area and Tampa Bay.

Charge up your smart phone and place your bets online while enjoying the Gulf Stream Park Preakness Stakes Triple Crown watch party.  Parking and admission are free. 

Gulf Stream Park - Doors for the Preakness viewing party typically open at 10:30 am but check with the track for any changes to scheduling. 

Past events included the "Spin & Win" Drawings* I Silks Simulcast Center and the chance to win a bet on Preakness Stakes with Drawings start at 5PM

Ten Palms Buffet - Lavish Preakness Day Buffet Ten Palms Noon - 4PM (call or visit site for pricing)

Get your Black-Eyed Susan cocktail in collectible glass!

"Pick" your favorite horse for the Preakness Stakes and win great prizes.

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