Can I Bet Online at Xpressbet From Michigan?

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May/17/2017

You can bet the Preakness Stakes online from Michigan in the comfort of your home at any one of the internationally licensed racebooks, none of which will ever require a social security number.  You can also place a bet at Xpressbet but will need to provide them your social security number. 

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Hazel Park will be welcoming folks for a Preakness Stakes simulcast viewing.

“Do you think Derby winner Always Dreaming has what it takes to win this year's Triple Crown? Join us on Saturday, May 20, to cheer him on and to watch and wager on the 142nd Preakness Stakes! We'll have commemorative Preakness glasses and Black-Eyed Susans for sale, and a night of live thoroughbred racing after the main event! We will be opening at 10:00am. Pimlico's first race is at 10:30. Preakness stakes is race 13. Advanced wagering on the Preakness will be available on Friday, May 19.”

There are advantages to betting at either internationally licensed online racebooks or US-based racebooks that we review below.

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