Horse Racing wagering was made legal throughout the state in 2011, and its operation is overseen by the Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission. One major racetrack sits on the border with Utah, and a large percentage of customers come from this Mormon state with no form of legal gambling. A few off-track betting facilities are also available, allowing customers to wager on both horse and dog racing.
In addition to live racing, off-track betting and online horse racing betting, Wyoming added another option for horse racing enthusiasts in 2013 with the passing of HB 25 through the State Legislature and into law. Known as “historic horse racing,” the machines call for the player to predict the winner from a previously run horse race, however, only a few scant details are provided prior to the start of the race. The historic racing machines (resembling slots machines) are located at bars and other locations throughout Wyoming.
Wyoming operates a sole permanent racetrack, and two semi-permanent racetracks that all operate with full live and simulcast betting options available.
Off Track Betting (OTB) in Wyoming
OTB Betting is permitted in Wyoming at a network of several OTB locations, and taverns, bars and other licensed premises may also apply to accept bets from their clientele on live simulcast races.
Online Horse Racing in Wyoming
Horse Racing Betting websites are legal in Wyoming. The sites are all 100% legal, licensed and authorized under the State’s Statutes to take bets online for horse racing without any fear of breaking the Cowboy State’s interpretation of the State Law that online gambling is illegal.
Online wagering is fully available on thoroughbred racing in the U.S. and all major horse racing venues worldwide directly on Wyomingite’s tablets, phones, other mobile devices or home computers. Top-notch horse racing websites are easy to use, simple to navigate, and use little data.
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