Caesars Sportsbook and NYRA Bets have teamed up to launch the Caesars Racebook app in Florida and Ohio. The app provides bettors with pari-mutuel wagering as well as horse racing content from over 250 tracks.
Ohio And Florida Welcome The Caesars Racebook App
According to a press release from Caesars Entertainment, users can now download the app on iOS. The betting menu includes the following popular tracks:
- Belmont Park
- Saratoga Race Course
- Del Mar
- Santa Anita
New customers that download the app and register for a Caesars Racebook account are eligible for a 100% first deposit match up to $500.
Just like with the Caesars Sportsbook app, users can link their Caesars Rewards account to the Caesars Racebook app to earn credits on every wager.
Dan Shapiro, senior vice president and chief development officer of Caesars Digitial, is excited about the launch and upcoming expansion of the app,
“Caesars Racebook is truly differentiated as the first horse racing advance deposit wagering app to include our award-winning Caesars Rewards loyalty program. We look forward to welcoming new horse racing customers and existing fans onto the platform and to working with NYRA Bets to grow horse racing as we deploy Caesars Racebook with plans to launch in about 30 states across the country.”
In addition to wagering on races, the partnership with NYRA allows users to also enjoy race replays and handicapping insights.
Betting On The Belmont Stakes
The Belmont Stakes, the final leg of the Triple Crown, will take place at Belmont Park on June 11.
The track is 1½ miles, which makes it possibly the biggest test of the three Triple Crown races.
Fifth-place Kentucky Derby finisher Mo Donegal is currently the 5-2 favorite to win the race in fixed odds markets. We The People is listed as 7-2 in his Triple Crown debut after an impressive 103 Beyer Speed Figure in the Peter Pan at Belmont.
When it comes to the surprising Kentucky Derby winner Rich Strike, he currently sits at 5-1 odds. In case you forgot, he was listed at 80-1 when he won the Kentucky Derby.
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