Plus 10% Racebook Rules for Horse Wagering
A race must have a minimum of 4 horses run or all wagers will be no action.
Races with post times after midnight eastern time are graded the following morning.
The minimum wager over the phone is $20 each bet.
Past-posting a completed race is considered stealing and will be dealt with in the harshest manner possible. Wagering on any race after its completion will result in one of the following outcomes: account suspension, account termination, or account deletion and confiscation of the fraudulent funds. No warnings will be given regarding this type of activity.
Differences between past posted wagers made a few seconds into a race and wagers posted after a race is completed are easily determined. Do not test the resolve of management regarding blatant theft.
Accounts that have received Free-Play Rewards or are on the Cash Back Rewards Program will not have access to the Plus 10% Racebook.
The Plus 10% Racebook is reserved for customers on the Reduced Juice, 30% Discount, or Special Point Buying Reward Programs.
Triple Crown and Breeder’s Cup maximum net profit per race: $100,000
Major tracks (A) maximum net profit per race: $30,000
Major tracks (B) maximum net profit per race: $15,000
Medium tracks maximum net profit per race: $10,000
Minor tracks maximum net profit per race: $7,500
Harness maximum net profit per race: $5,000
Net profits per race include winnings from both racebook wagering platforms. Included in this maximum net profit are winnings from multiple race selections and also profits from multiple accounts wagering in conjunction with each other.
See the Sportsbook Rules page for details regarding fixed odds horse wagering in the Sportsbook.
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