How to open an online horse betting account?
It’s generally easy if you’re in a jurisdiction where betting on horse racing is legal, as it is in most European nations, the U.K. and 41 U.S. States. In the USA you can bet on horse races with Amwager, TVG, Twinspires, Drf Bets. In the UK you can sign up to bet horses at William Hill, Grosvenor, BetVictor, bet365 and other sites.
If not, it’s usually still possible, though you’ll have to jump through a few more hoops and trust in corporate entities that can’t be held to account legally if there is a dispute.
If betting on horse racing is allowed where you live, the process of opening an online account should be simple: In most places, you just pick a licensed wagering provider, fill out a form to open an account and make a deposit to fund your initial wagers, via credit card, from your checking account or through other means. Some may require you to appear in person to make your initial deposit, or impose other restrictions.
The good news is that you can close your account at any time and have confidence you will be paid if you do.
For example, to register a horse betting account in the UK you’ll need to be aged 18 or over if you are resident in the United Kingdom. In the USA you have to be 21+. Here some steps:
- · Provide an email address
- · Create a username and password
- · Enter name and gender
- · Provide date of birth, currency, and home address
- · Enter your mobile phone number
- · Add a bonus code if applicable