Horse Betting: Set Your Sights On A Colorful Slate Of Races This Weekend

Churchill Downs, Santa Anita, Gulfstream Park and others are keeping horse betting alive and well without fans thanks to a full slate of weekend races.

Another top weekend greets horse-racing bettors, as the industry continues roaring back to life without spectators.

Stakes races, large fields, and the full-throttle presence of signature tracks greet New Jersey sports betting fans. Garden State patrons can access the horse betting action via 4NJBETS, powered by TVG.

Here is a sample of the wagering menu (all times Eastern):

  • Santa Anita runs Friday-Sunday and has a major stakes race Saturday and Sunday. The first post is 3:30 p.m.
  • Gulfstream Park has a large card, big fields and its popular 20-cent Rainbow Six Promotion, which began the week with a $1.35 million carryover. The first post is 1 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, 12:45 p.m. on Saturday.
  • Churchill Downs, running at 1 p.m. Thursday-Sunday, has a loaded Saturday card that includes the $100,000 Old Forrester Mint Julep and Winning Colors stakes races.
  • Golden Gate Fields starts at 3:45 p.m. Friday-Sunday. It features the Camilla Urso Stakes on Saturday and California Oaks on Sunday.
  • Charles Town operates Thursday-Saturday at 7 p.m.

Not sure where to plan your horse betting for the weekend? We found a few good races to keep an eye on at a couple of tracks.

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Santa Anita: Watch out for the top horse

Santa Anita has been clearing $1 million handle (from multiple betting jurisdictions) on single races. It has offered large fields, strong payouts, and good quality racing.

This weekend, it adds some high-level purse money.

The California track showcases the $100,000 Honeymoon Stakes on Saturday and the $200,000 Santa Maria Stakes on Sunday.

Santa Anita has enjoyed a blazing start for its meet, which operates until June 21.

Who is hot individually? Keep your eyes on Flavien Prat. The jockey tied a track record of six wins in one day on May 17 and notched more over the weekend.

Prat has reached the point where he’s usually placed on a contending horse, so he merits extra betting consideration.

Santa Anita is usually speed-favoring, meaning horses in good early position often finish in the top three slots.

There was Undeniable Proof of that last weekend. In a 5 1-2-furlong Sunday race, Undeniable Proof, at 70-1, gained an early jump on the field. The horse hung on for second and teamed with winning Canby for a $2 exacta of $582. Canby was 3-1.

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Weekend horse betting options at Churchill Downs

Exceeding half a million dollars handle on most races and seven figures on some, the famed Kentucky track Churchill Downs makes the most of its entire program.

Additional spice unfolds with a pair of notable stakes events.

Graded stakes winners Break Even, Bell’s the One, Mia Mischief and Spiced Perfection top an extremely-competitive nine-horse affair in Saturday’s 17th running of the Grade III, $100,000 Winning Colors.

The six-furlong Winning Colors is the co-featured event on Saturday’s card along with the $100,000 Old Forester Mint Julep (GIII) for fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles on the turf.

The Winning Colors will go as Race 7 while the Mint Julep is carded as Race 11.

Multiple graded stakes winner Beau Recall (IRE) is set for her 2020 campaign along with Grade III-winning stablemate Juliet Foxtrot (GB) as they face 12 rivals, including six other graded stakes winners for the Mint Julep race.

Beau Recall had a stellar five-year-old campaign with victories in the $400,000 Churchill Downs Distaff Turf Mile (GII) and $200,000 Yellow Ribbon (GII).

Juddmonte Farms’ Juliet Foxtrot reached graded stakes glory in the $150,000 Modesty (GIII) prior to a heartbreaking runner-up effort in the $200,000 John C. Mabee (GII).

Juliet Foxtrot concluded her 2019 campaign with a second-place finish in the $400,000 First Lady (GI)Florent Geroux has the call on Juliet Foxtrot.

Gulfstream Park is chock full of horse betting surprises

Gulfstream Park continues rewarding bettors with exceptional weekend payouts. Large, competitive fields, top jockeys, and turf racing have made Gulfstream a payout playground.

Granted, these races are tough to hit. But the 10th race Saturday produced another significant return, even with favorites running well.

My Ty One On, the 3-1 second favorite, won the race. Pay Any Price, the 3-2 favorite was third. Splitting them was 40-1 longshot Kristo Skye in second.

The $1 trifecta paid $517.90 with the two favorites in the top three slots. The key was the longshot running second. If the two favorites ran 1-2 and the 40-1 shot was third, this would have returned a much smaller price.

Bettors who feel certain that two of the hot favorites will finish in the top three sometimes nail these tickets by “stabbing” at a longshot to finish in the mix with the two favorites. Each $1 trifecta box with three horses costs $6.

Longshots finishing in the money, even winning at this Florida track, is a tradition.

Don’t forget the Rainbow Pick 6

Another is the 20-cent Rainbow Pick 6, which requires selecting winners in the final six races of the day. Extremely difficult to hit, but not expensive to play.

After Monday’s race, the Pick 6 carryover was $1.35 million. This is an interesting promotion because it’s both attainable — Memorial Day bettors picking six straight races each got $26,210.08 pm — and lucrative.

Unless a single unique ticket has all six winners, 30% of the pool is carried over into the following day.

There are occasional mandatory payouts of the entire pot, including the final weekend of the season.

The finish line? Not yet for Tampa Bay Downs

Tampa Bay Downs marks the end of one extension Saturday, and the beginning of another on Monday.

The track will run in June on Mondays and Wednesdays, a special new schedule.

The update follows the first extension, granting Tampa Bay the option to run from May 3-30.

Industry officials and gamblers are grateful to the facility, which provided a much-needed lift in May by extending its season.

The 12 additional cards gave bettors options beyond Gulfstream Park, Remington Park in Oklahoma, and Los Alamitos in California. That helped keep the wagering flames lit until mid-May, when Churchill Downs, Santa Anita, and Golden Gate Fields returned, en masse.

Kathleen O’Connell, the two-time leading trainer at Tampa, considered the extension a lifeline. It allowed trainers and jockeys, denied their expected moves to tracks like Monmouth Park, Presque Isle, Keeneland, and Indiana Grand because of COVID-19 postponements, another month to earn money in Florida.

Now it is two months.

Sneak peek: Monmouth Park plans for July 4 opening

Just around the corner, Belmont Park is scheduled to resume racing June 3.

Delaware Park has slated to come back on June 17. Monmouth Park hopes to open July 4 weekend

And Saratoga has a July 16 opening planned.

What To Bet In NJ This Weekend: NASCAR & The Coca Cola 600

NASCAR is back for another week off racing and gambling action. Get Coca Cola 600 odds and which sportsbooks have NASCAR betting in NJ.

Here comes the meat of the NASCAR resumption schedule.

New Jersey bettors enjoyed a slew of headline races this week at Darlington Raceway, including the first Wednesday event since 1984, as NASCAR blitzes through an 11-day, seven-event rescheduling.

The scene shifts to Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday for the Coca Cola 600 (6 p.m. ET, Fox), the longest event on the circuit.

It begins a four-day run of races at the same facility.

The race stretch includes a 300-mile Xfinity Series competition on Memorial Day, a 200-mile Gander Trucks race on May 26 and a 500-kilometer race the next night.

The Cup Series is the most widely known and is the top tier of NASCAR racing.

NASCAR Coca Cola 600 best bets

The Coca Cola 600 entails 400 laps of 1.5 miles.

Given the start time of 6 p.m., it has three distinct looks. The race begins in sunlight, transfers into dusk and concludes fully under the lights.

Here are the most popular betting choices, according to DraftKings Sportsbook (as of May 21):

  • Kyle Busch +400 to win, +125 for a Top 3 finish
  • Kevin Harvick +550, +150
  • Martin Truex Jr. +600, +160
  • Brad Keselowski +800, +225
  • Joey Logano +800, +225

New Jersey sportsbook odds shoppers, here’s a discrepancy if you like a particular driver.

Denny Hamlin, who won the rain-shortened Toyota 500 on Wednesday, is +900 at FanDuel and +1100 at DraftKings. If you are inclined to bet on Hamlin, that’s strong value.

Other hot names to consider

Truex Jr. is the defending champion and has won two of the past four years. Austin Dillon prevailed in 2017 and Busch in 2018.

Sportsbooks offer an array of bet choices. They will vary by race popularity, but most will have enticing side-betting choices via stage leaders, four-car groups, leading manufacturer, top performer by manufacturer and head-to-head betting.

These help provide a gambler a race within a race.

Overall, big names are doing well but the compressed schedule allows the chance for some longshots to sneak into the lower spots while some of the top names decide to skip a race or two.

Racing names to keep an eye on

Otherwise, there are a few names you can wager with confidence.

Harvick has been automatic as a contender, going 6-for-6 in the top 10. He’s also the points leader with 258 and has a win, along with four finishes in the top five.

Because of that, however, odds often reflect negative numbers for him (you are laying odds) on the top-10 finish, but you can still get plus numbers (better than an even-money return) for a top-three finish.

Logano is second in the standings with 224 points. He has two victories, two top five finishes, and three top 10 efforts.

Alex Bowman, with one victory, two top-five, and two top-ten placements, is third with 219 points.

Hamlin, fresh off a victory this week, has two wins, three top-five and four top-10 efforts. He’s sitting in fourth with 201 points.

Chase Elliott, with two top-fives and three top-10s, holds the fifth spot with 192 points.

Coca Cola 600 prop bets worth noting

Although top drivers are consistent in-the-money performers, they take turns winning.

That’s why some props deserve a second look.

Elliott hasn’t won yet this year but has led more stages than anyone (three). You can be rewarded for taking a driver who runs well for even part of the race.

Brad Keselowski and Clint Bowyer have also performed well without winning. Bowyer became the first driver of the season to both the first and second stages of the same race on Wednesday.

This usually pays above 10-1 for those who can anticipate that.

The whirlwind of events has changed some of the prop-bet preparation. Sportsbooks usually post the upcoming race and that’s it.

For this weekend’s races, the props like stage leaders, head-to-heads and manufacturers bet will unfold closer to the race.

This will be the norm going forward.

More NASCAR races to bet on

NASCAR’s second installment of its revised schedule indicates 12 races will be run across three premier series’ — the NASCAR Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Truck Series, between May 30 and June 21.

Busch, the reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion, has indicated he wants to run in all of the makeup races.

So far, Busch hasn’t caught up to the faith supplied by his backers. He has not won yet in 2020, yet bettors continue to make him the race favorite. At varied sportsbooks, he’s been the choice in the first three Cup Series return races.

Those betting against Busch have been rewarded because he has not prevailed.

Those betting on Busch believe that, any race now, he’ll recapture 2019 form. And maybe at a price.

NASCAR’s Cup Series early return belonged to Harvick and Hamlin. Harvick captured the Real Heroes 400 on May 17, securing his 50th career victory to join Junior Johnson and Ned Jarrett at 12th on the all-time wins list. Richard Petty towers above the group with 200.

Hamlin became the season’s second multi-time winner, capturing the rain-shortened Toyota 500 Wednesday night at Darlington Raceway.

Also on tap this weekend: Korean baseball

NASCAR isn’t the only big-ticket event this weekend. Korean Baseball has caught on with New Jersey bettors, in lieu of Major League Baseball.

The NC Dinos are off to a strong start at 12-2 and trying to make a statement about dominating the league this year. They have leaped out ahead of the LG Twins and defending champion Doosan Bears.

The upcoming lines offer no built-in edges. Most of the over-under lines are at 9.5 or 10.5 runs.

Here is the weekend slate of games you can see, and bet.

Saturday, May 23, 4 a.m.: ESPN — Doosan Bears vs. Samsung Lions (live)

Sunday, May 24, 1 a.m.: ESPN — Hanwha Eagles vs. NC Dinos (live)

With PointsBet’s New Parlay Booster, The Odds Boost Is In Your Hands

PointsBet Sportsbook launched a new feature on its app called Parlay Booster, the first of its kind in the US. It brings odds boosting to a whole new level.

What a time to go deep.

The off-season football analogy concerns PointsBet. The NJ online sportsbook answered the COVID-19 pandemic with an aggressive play call, and, figuratively, a touchdown, by unveiling Parlay Booster this week.

The new app feature delivered a substantial early score, rewarding a bettor with a bonus of nearly 40% on an eight-team, table-tennis parlay.

The prop involved a $100 bet and had a pre-booster return of $5,085. But, with the boost, it produced a profit of $6,951 — extra winnings of $1,866.

That’s a substantial bonus for being right.

It also brings odds boosting to a whole new realm.

What is the PointsBet Parlay Booster?

The product is the first of its kind in the US sports betting market, according to a press release.

It allows clients to build a personal parlay of choice each day, thereby receiving a significantly boosted price.

The more teams played, the larger the bonus on any props between 3-12 legs using Parlay Booster.

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How does the Parlay Booster work?

Parlay Booster is a one-time use token that allows a client to select any 3- to 12-leg parlay they choose and get a boosted/enhanced price.

Clients use the token on their parlay of choice by ticking the “Parlay Boost” box that will automatically appear when building the parlay.

Every promo-eligible client can receive one parlay booster per day, with the potential to receive more.

Clients can receive additional daily parlay boosters the more loyalty they demonstrate with PointsBet.

Additionally, the parlay booster is completely customizable and can be placed on any parlay a client would like to create.

The boosted price is based proportionally on the individual parlay you are choosing to boost. The more legs and longer the odds, the more of a boost you will receive compared to a parlay with less legs and shorter odds.

PointsBet: ‘We are thrilled’

The company has not released official information regarding the boost percentage, but if eight legs returns 40%, 10-12 would likely exceed 50%.

“Initial response has been terrific,” a company spokesman said Thursday.  “We are thrilled.”

The strategy will become interesting to bettors.

With one Parlay Booster opportunity available per day, does one seek better odds of hitting with a five- or six-team play or try for a monolithic 12-team boost?

If action like the win mentioned earlier stems just from table tennis, a sport with newfound betting popularity during the pandemic, imagine its impact should traditional sports such as baseball, hockey, basketball, and football regain their foothold.

With this product, PointsBet continues to make the bold move of investing in the market while some of its counterparts cut back to preserve cash.

This unveiling further reflects the company’s aggressive, non-traditional market presence.

PointsBet making its mark

PointsBets works much like a standard sportsbook, but a fraction of its operations resembles one gigantic prop.

Its PointsBetting platform, for instance, generated industry headlines during the NFL and college football season, dramatically enhancing wins and losses.

Clients were rewarded or docked by how right or wrong they were. The prop play made every yard, touchdown, and basket important.

Innovations have ensued. PointsBet Sportsbook has become noted for bettor-first initiatives including Good Karma payouts, which provide bettors relief in the event of a bad beat that affected a high number of gamblers.

Johnny Aitken, PointsBet USA CEO, said clients have strongly resonated with Quick Parlay Builder and In-Play Parlay features. PointsBet’s Parlay Booster will be the next step.

Company officials say the parlay booster was made possible by its in-house technology platform.

That product model allows innovations to reach the market more quickly than if they were produced by an outside entity. It also allows for seamless cohesion between products.

Betting On The Match: DraftKings Sportsbook Has A Freebie Waiting For You

The Match will see Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning team up against Phil Mickleson and Tom Brady. As a bonus, DraftKings Sportsbook has a free live bet offer.

The Match: Champions for Charity is taking place on Sunday at 3 p.m.

So is the pick Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning or Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady?

Call it this weekend’s hot NJ sports betting debate.

To make it even more enticing, if it isn’t already, DraftKings Sportsbook has a free bet offer available for the event.

The Match and a DraftKings free bet

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NJ betting options for The Match

The NJ sports betting crowd will see several pages of potential wagers. Match line, or moneyline, is as basic as it gets.

The line on Woods and Manning is -225 while Mickelson and Brady is +180. Bettors who place a $20 wager on one of these pairings will earn the free live bet.

There are props and hole specials, too.

Here is a small sampling of what DraftKings has on the board:

  • Leader after 15 holes
  • First to go 2 up
  • Hole in one in the tournament (yes +5000 is the only option)
  • Hole on which The Match will be won

And here are the odds for  which team will win the first hole:

  • Tie -137
  • Woods/Manning +250
  • Mickelson/Brady +335

Breaking down The Match betting so far

DraftKings is tracking the betting action leading up to the match.

As of Tuesday, Woods and Manning had 53% of the handle while Mickelson and Brady were getting 54% of the bets.

Switching gears to the longest tee shot, Brady is generating 61% of the handle, but only 27% of the wagers. Woods is getting 34% of the bets.

Manning/Woods are attracting 89% of the handle for the back nine winner versus 9% for Mickelson/Brady. The other 2% has money down on a tie.

But no matter what the final tally is, Woods, Manning, Mickelson, and Brady are playing for COVID-19 charities.

So as the pro sports calendar slowly starts to fill up, The Match is an occasion where everyone involved will come out a winner.

This includes DraftKings Sportsbook customers taking advantage of a free bet.

Horse Betting: Churchill Downs Gets An Online Boost, Other Tracks Pick Up The Pace

NJ sports betting fans saw a way to bet on horses using the TVG app during Churchill Downs return to horse racing. And more tracks are picking up the pace.

As horse racing grapples with the present circumstances, it reveals a glimpse of the future.

Online gamblers, like Garden State residents participating via 4NJBETS powered by TVG, are saving the sport. Betting handle, despite the absence of spectators, is dramatically exceeding what some tracks pay in purses.

This may enable them to survive.

In fact, some of the top racetracks in the US have quite a full slate of posts over the next few days including Santa Anita, Churchill Downs, and Gulfstream Park.

Churchill Downs: What’s driving the horse betting action

In a nutshell, the app has come to the rescue for NJ sports betting fans.

Churchill Downs, which returned over the weekend, reported impressive handle exceeding half a million dollars in practically every race.

And there were no bettors at the track (or at the closed AC casinos), indicating that wagers placed remotely made the business viable.

The key to this dynamic was the large size of fields. The horses scheduled to run in the original Churchill meet (which did not start on time because of the COVID-19 pandemic) have fewer days to do so and will ultimately swell the size of the fields. Some races had 18 entries for the opening day.

That has two benefits.

  • More betting options ensure a higher handle.
  • Large fields create exceptional betting values.

Churchill Downs returned with a flourish, sporting big fields and payouts that looked reasonably attainable.

The first race Saturday paid $5,859 for a $2 superfecta involving the 3-1, 2-1, 12-1, and 20-1 exact order of finish. The winning entry, 3-1 on the morning line, actually drifted up to 5-1 just before race time.

This paid extraordinarily well for favorites running in the first and second spots. In big fields, it’s hard to find the “right” longshots, but anyone who found the 20-1 and 12-1 shots here, and combined them with the favorites in a superfecta ticket, made a nice score.

Horse betting spotlight: Santa Anita

Santa Anita has been a signature track for horse racing.

The California track has held numerous prestigious races including both the Santa Anita Derby and Santa Anita Handicap.

It has also hosted the Breeders Cup, horse-racing’s multimillion-dollar signature fall weekend, a record 10 times.

Its second weekend back will be strong. There are two stakes races on Saturday. They are the Charles Whittingham and Daytona Stakes.

On Memorial Day, a special card includes three grades stakes. They are the Shoemaker Mile, the Gamely Stakes, and Monrovia Stakes.

The opening weekend featured several horses winning from the 4-1 to 6-1 odds range and a fair number of $1 trifectas paying more than $100. Bettors could take the favorites with confidence.

Here’s a hot tip: The “exotics” (exactas, trifectas, and superfectas) are always tantalizing.

But if you like a horse at 5-2 or higher, give it a high percentage of your bet on the win and place line. It is tempting to shoot for the big money, but few things frustrate a bettor more than picking the best horse in the race and not collecting because all the money went into the exotics.

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Best horse bets at Gulfstream Park

A jackpot pool guarantees of $900,000 in the 20-cent Rainbow pick six will greet bettors when Gulfstream Park resumes Thursday. The bettor must select the winner of six straight races.

The Rainbow went unsolved Sunday when multiple tickets with all six winners were each worth $18.48

The carryover jackpot is only paid out when there is a single unique ticket sold with all six winners.

On days when there is no unique ticket, 70 percent of that day’s pool goes back to those bettors holding tickets with the most winners, while 30 percent is carried over to the jackpot pool.

Thursday’s Rainbow 6 spans Races 5-11 and includes three races scheduled for the grass which attracted 43 entries, an average of 14.3 horses per race.

Early-race magic: Not as remote as it looks

It happens at Gulfstream Park, seemingly every weekend, in the early races.

A longshot creates a huge payout.

The second race Sunday paid $2,160 for a $1 superfecta. That payout implies that longshots lit up the board.

But here’s what happened. A 24-1 shot did win the race. But the three favored horses — at 6-5, 3-1 and 5-1 — ran second, third, and fourth. This is a great payout for a race in which favorites took three of the first four spots.

You would not necessarily have needed an inkling on the 24-1 bomb to collect this ticket. Part-wheeling the 6-5 shot in the second position with the other favorites and a couple of longshots, including the 24-1 race-winner, would have brought this home. You have to get lucky that the longshot wins and the 6-5 favorite stays second.

Sure, it’s hard to find the right longshot in a large field and yes, this is hindsight. But sometimes you can be half right (picking the favorite), half lucky (including the right longshot), and collect big.

Good luck this week.

DraftKings Sportsbook’s #FreeToBetDay May Be Over, But You Can Still Get A Free Bet

DraftKings Sportsbook once again celebrated #FreeToBetDay with its customers on Thursday. PASPA being overturned set the groundwork for NJ sports betting.

DraftKings Sportsbook considers yesterday, May 14, a big occasion.

Good luck trying to find Free To Bet Day on the regular calendar.

This is the Boston-based company’s way of celebrating the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) being overturned. May 14, 2018, is the exact date.

All customers received a free wager valued at $5.14. Get the significance?

And while #FreeToBetDay is over, DraftKings is still offering a free bet of up to $100 for inviting friends to the sports betting party.

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It is true, that the majority of sports are still sitting on the sidelines, but there are plenty of options:

Breaking down the free betting action

DraftKings Sportsbook tracked how customers used the free wagers by handle and bets.

In terms of sports, even the suddenly popular table tennis was drawing action. Here is a closer look at the breakdown:

And, in terms of teams, the Kansas City Chiefs, the defending Super Bowl champions, ranked first in handle and bets.

However, the Philadelphia Eagles and 76ers cracked the top 10, too.

DraftKings Sportsbook and NJ sports betting history

When talking about NJ sports betting history, DraftKings has played a major role.

This is the same brand that built a following with its daily fantasy sports product. However, in August ’18, DK launched the first legal betting app in the Garden State.

Sixteen others have followed, with more likely coming.

Two years later, DraftKings regularly finishes second to FanDuel Sportsbook in the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement’s monthly revenue figures.

Of course, April numbers were not so hot.

DraftKings Casino, on the other hand, is benefiting from these uncharted times in sports wagering. The operator accounts for a large portion of Resorts Digital‘s $16.1 million in April internet gaming revenue.

But the New Jersey launch set the foundation for bigger plans.

The DraftKings Sportsbook app is now available in:

  • Pennsylvania
  • Indiana
  • West Virginia
  • New Hampshire
  • Iowa

And as of this month, it is also available in Colorado. 

So, Free to Bet Day is only getting bigger by the year. Remember to circle May 14 on your 2021 calendar and until then, invite some friends to the popular sportsbook app.