Paulick Report Adds New Forum for Horseplayers
Horseplayers Corner, a public forum focused around our sport's most important constituency group, makes its debut on the Paulick Report website this week. The goal of Horseplayers Corner is to build a community where horseplayers and other industry stakeholders can engage in intelligent conversation, discussing issues of importance to them: technology, wagering strategies, bet types, takeout, handicapping information, customer service, horses, jockeys, trainers and anything else relevant to them.
It is sponsored by Bonus4wager.com, a revolutionary and innovative ADW that has a VIP Odds-based wagering platform. Horseplayers Corner will be administered by the Paulick Report editorial staff, headed by editor-in-chief Scott Jagow, to ensure the subject is relevant to the site's mission.
Contributors to the Horseplayers Corner are encouraged to join in the conversation on topics already started or to create their own. All that's needed to participate is a Paulick Report user name and password (register here). If you encounter any bugs or technical issues, please let us know as this is a new venture for us. You can always reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We have an ever-expanding audience at the Paulick Report that – in addition to owners and breeders – includes serious horseplayers, along with top management at racetracks, regulators and others in decision-making positions,” said Ray Paulick, publisher of the Paulick Report. “What's been missing is a conduit connecting these groups, and our hope is the Horseplayers Corner can fulfill that role. We appreciate the sponsorship of Bonus4wager.com in helping make this happen.”
“Our customers are getting anywhere from 25%-75% higher odds on their selections by using the Bonus4wager.com VIP Odds-based wagering platform,” said Bonus4wager.com president Mark Cornett. “We were looking for a way to bring this technology to the horse player and are very happy to have the opportunity to partner with the Paulick Report and be able to make this technology available to their educated readers.”