Keyword: bookmakers

  • Frankel racing in England.

    Report Notes Contraction of British Racing

    The move of major bookmakers to offshore locations helped contribute to decreased wagering yield as British racing contracted 1.2% compared with four years ago, according to a recent British Horseracing Authority report.

  • Aussie Debate Rings True in North America

    Racing industry participants in Australia are seeking "certainty based on a fair return" from betting operators and have taken their case to a commission charged with helping government make better policies.

  • Ray Paulick<br>Editor-in-Chief

    All Out

    <em>By Ray Paulick</em> - Reaction to the Congressional ban on Internet wagering was swift and severe -- at least from stock market investors who previously were bullish about online poker, sports and horse race betting, and casinos.

  • CHRB Targets Offshore Gambling Advertisements

    The California Horse Racing Board heard arguments April 24 on the issue of publications and radio shows in the state selling advertising to off-shore wagering operations. Residents of California are only able to legally bet through facilities licensed by the state, so wagering with offshore companies is in violation of state law.

  • British Racing Asks Questions to Plan for Future

    Cooperation and congratulation were the main themes of the British Horseracing Board's annual meeting in London June 13. A major new initiative is a "far-reaching and all-encompassing review of the way forward for British racing."