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Pari-mutual wagering and live simulcasts on:
from tracks and courts around the world. You can now bet directly into your favorite track's betting pool from the comfort of your own home.
Pari-mutuel is a French term meaning "mutual stake". It refers to a wagering system where players wager money into a pool, which is divided between winners.
Wagers can be placed up to post time - when the horses begin entering the gate. Wagers are transmitted within seconds from the player's personal computer to our licensed wagering jurisdiction through the pari-mutuel wagering pools of the host tracks. Wagering information is updated in real-time during events on our "virtual tote board" within the interface.
We have teamed up with strategic partners including AmTote, The Daily Racing Form, Bloodstock Research Services, Inc., and TrackData, to bring live pari-mutuel wagering to the Internet. By presenting such strong and informative content to potential players, we are breaking down the barriers for new players to learn the excitement of pari-mutuel racing.
Our pari-mutuel wagering interface is Java-based. New users do not have to download and install a bulky software package or request a CD be sent to them. Because it is written in Java, Our pari-mutuel wagering interface is fully supported on Macintosh and Linux operating systems.
We sign simulcast agreements with each track. A percentage of every dollar wagered into the common pool is paid to the track, who in turn make payments to their state for taxes and to their horsemen. Wagering via our pari-mutuel interface helps support the pari-mutuel industry and the athletes themselves.
Experts and novices alike have a wide selection of wagering options for each race. All standard North American bet types (Win, Place, Show) and exotic bet types (Quinella, Exacta, Trifecta, Superfecta, Daily Double, Pick-N, Omni, Double Exacta, Double Quinella) are offered.
Minimum System Requirements: Modem with 28.8 BPS connection speed Version 4.0 browser or higher (IE or Netscape recommended) Browser must be java-capable and accept cookies.