Caesars Racebook has gone live in Pennsylvania and Colorado this week, as well as California today. The racebook uses the NYRA Bets platform designed for horseracing fans and pari-mutuel wagering.
In California, the launch includes a desktop launch, as well as the option to download the racebook on both Android and iOS. The app was first launched in 2022 and includes racing content from over 250 tracks around the world.
The app’s wagering menu will provide live streams from races taking place at Keeneland, Belmont Park, Saratoga Race Course and more, including Caesars-operated properties such as: Harrah’s Hoosier Park, Horseshoe Indianapolis, Harrah’s Philadelphia and Eldorado Gaming Scioto Downs.
Caesars Racebook will also have the option for players to integrate the Caesars Rewards loyalty program. The NYRA Bets platform offers race replays, handicapping insights, differentiated wagering and more. The national deposit wagering platform aims to provide both convenience and advanced security to the racebook’s users.
The operator has been busy in the horseracing community with a recent partnership with Keeneland and Red Mile Gaming & Racing, as well as plans to build and operate a new Harrah’s racetrack and casino in Columbus, Nebraska, with an official opening scheduled for early 2024.
Caesars has also extended its commitment to hosting the National Thoroughbred Racing Association’s National Handicapping Championship at Horseshoe Las Vegas up to 2026.
Other states with access to Caesars Racebook include: Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. Pending approvals from State regulators, Caesars Racebook plans to continue launching in more States.