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Where Can I Bet, Watch the Breeders Cup From South Carolina

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Oct/26/2017

You can bet this year’s Breeders Cup Classic online from South Carolina via any number of international racebooks that will never ask for your social security number or report your betting activity to a government entity.

If you live in South Carolina, the only option you have is to bet online from home.

South Carolina residents are prohibited from playing at any of the US-based racebooks like TwinSpires but of course there are plenty of options available in terms of the international sites.

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