exchange wagering

Commentary: To Fix Late Odds Shifts, Change The System

Last Saturday was a wonderful day at Belmont.  We saw great racing in great weather in a beautiful setting, and for customers there were huge pools to bet into. It was truly some of the best this sport – a sport my friend Eric Poteck calls “Gambletainment”  – offers. It had something for everyone. On […]

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British Jockey Falls Off Strides From Victory, Infuriates Bettors

It was a rough day at the office for British jockey Bridget Andrews. With victory all but assured in a jumps race at Southwell Tuesday, Andrews popped out of an iron less than 20 yards from the wire, lost her balance and fell off the would-be winner, 7-4 favorite Stick To The Plan. The horse […]

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Plan To Offer Exchange Wagering On Hold At Kentucky Downs

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission will not hear a request by Kentucky Downs to offer its races on New Jersey’s betting exchange, Betfair US, at its upcoming meeting next week at the request of Kentucky Downs . According to the Daily Racing Form, the request had been removed from the agenda by the commission’s chairman, Frank Kling, who is also […]

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Report: Kentucky Downs Considers Allowing Exchange Wagering From NJ Residents

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission’s Wagering Integrity Committee met Aug. 2 and voted to recommend approval of a plan submitted by Kentucky Downs that would allow exchange wagering from New Jersey residents. The Daily Racing Form reports that Kentucky Downs’ plan would specifically allow New Jersey customers of Betfair US to wager on the track’s races. However, […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Woodbine’s Twilight Racing Series: Arrogate At The Bat?

Every athlete has an off-day now and then, but it’s rare to see one that’s on top of the world throw a serious clunker. In this week’s episode of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss what happened to Arrogate in the San Diego Handicap, plus some analysis of jockey Mike Smith’s ride […]

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Drazin ‘Confident’ Sports Betting Is In The Future Of Monmouth Park

As the curtain rises on the 2017 Monmouth Park racing season this Saturday, track officials remain optimistic about the future of the historic venue and its prominence in the world of Thoroughbred racing. “We continue our efforts to create a fan-friendly facility coupled with top-class racing in New Jersey,” said Dennis Drazin, advisor to Darby […]

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Betfair US/TVG’s Levin Sees ‘Positive Early Indicators’ In Exchange Wagering Launch In New Jersey

Earlier this year, Paddy Power Betfair, the U.K.-based gambling giant, launched its exchange wagering platform in New Jersey in partnership with Monmouth Park, making New Jersey the first state to offer the fast-paced form of wagering popular in other countries. Kip Levin, a relative newcomer to racing who was named CEO of Betfair US and […]

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Report: Delaware Slowly Moving Forward With Plans For Exchange Wagering

Members of Delaware’s racing industry are considering allowing exchange wagering to be offered on races run at Delaware Park. The Racing Biz reports that exchange wagering was the subject of a lengthy discussion by the Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission (DTRC) during its meeting earlier this week. At the present time, exchange wagering is only offered in New Jersey, […]

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Exchange Wagering May Draw In ‘New And Younger Fans’ To Bet On Horse Racing

For the seven weeks that exchange wagering has been in place in the state of New Jersey, Betfair US has seen promising returns, reports Joe Drape of the New York Times. According to the New Jersey Racing Commission, $1,142,228 has been bet on the exchange in the first seven weeks, a period which generally handles […]

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Exchange Wagering Operator Betfair Will Sponsor Haskell Invitational

Betfair, the operator of the world’s most popular exchange wagering platform, has teamed up with Monmouth Park in Oceanport, New Jersey to become the title sponsor of New Jersey’s most prestigious race, the Grade I, $1 Million Haskell Invitational. Under the agreement, the race, which will be contested on Sunday, July 31, will be called […]

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