Can I Bet at TwinSpires.com Online From Ohio

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Apr/17/2017

You can bet online at TwinSpires.com from Ohio but will be required to provide your social security number.  International online racebooks also accept customers from Ohio without requiring a social security number.  There are pros and cons for betting at either type of establishment as viewed by scrolling below.

The state offers eight horse racing venues spread across various regions.

Ohio's three Thoroughbred racetracks have been approved for a total of 293 racing dates for 2016 as approved Sept. 29 by the Ohio State Racing Commission effective last year.

None of the Ohio-based race tracks feature online gambling.

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