Can I Bet Online at TwinSpires From Florida?

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Oct/26/2017

You can bet on most horse races at TwinSpires from the state of Florida, including the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes and Breeders Cup.  Just be prepared to offer up your social security number.  International licensed online race books do not require individuals to provide their social security number and tend to offer much better odds, top cash bonuses and weekly losses back.

Florida is a bastion of horse racing with world renowned tracks the likes of Gulf Stream and Tampa Bay Downs.   None of these tracks offer online betting.  International race book betting sites do offer wagering on these tracks.

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