When it comes to betting on horse racing, there may not be a bigger name than TVG. The network remains the only 24-hour broadcast that is entirely dedicated to handicapping in the US.
In fact, TVG offers two round-the-clock channels that focus on horse betting. Both TVG and TVG2 are available for streaming through its website and the app.
In addition, TVG is a leading site for bettors to place their bets online. Account-holders at TVG have access to races at more than 150 racetracks around the world.
New players on TVG can begin things with a bang due to TVG’s new account promotion.
Your first single win bet is risk-free, up to $200. So, you can either start flush or get your money back.
The worst feeling in any gambling activity is to start with a loss. For that reason, TVG is offering new players the opportunity to bet without any risk of loss. TVG provides insurance on a new player’s first single win wager, up to $200.
To redeem this offer, click on the “Join Now” button. The site will automatically fill in the offer code, and you only to need to complete the registration to make it active.
If there is an issue, the promo code is FALL1 and you can manually enter it as well.
After registration and depositing for the first time, make a bet on a horse to win. If the bet wins, then obviously, you win the bet.
However, if your bet loses, then TVG will refund the amount of the wager in the form of site credit. Bet the amount of the site credit to release it for withdrawal.
|Bonus Offers||$200 risk-free bet|
|Last Updated||November 27, 2019|
Aside from TVG’s welcome bonus, it also offers several other promotions for its players. These promotions could be worth thousands of dollars.
Each weekend, TVG gives every participant in this promotion a $1,000 bankroll. You must answer 10 “yes” or “no” questions and wager a portion of the bankroll.
At the end of the 10 questions, you keep whatever portion of the $1,000 remains in your bankroll. Best of all, it’s absolutely free to play.
This offer is TVG’s version of a parlay wager. On Sundays, you choose your guesses for the winning horse in eight select races.
If you correctly guess all eight races, you win the grand prize: a cool $100,000. However, even if you only pick five winners, you can pocket thousands.
Here’s the pay schedule:
Like the “Cash Keeper,” the “Super 8” is also totally free to play. Even those who know little about horse racing can cash in big.
TVG is always looking to grow its customer base. So, it is willing to pony up (no pun intended) for any friends you refer to TVG.
You will receive your custom referral link from TVG. Any new account who signs up through that link will receive a $25 match bonus on their first deposit and a $100 match on their first bet.
Best of all, TVG will reward you with $25 in your account. You can receive this same $25 bonus for every person who signs up.
Aside from those standing promotions, TVG will also offer temporary deals from time to time. These deals will be bonuses and boosts to existing wagers.
In many cases, they will require bets on specific races or specific racetracks. Usually, the offers will sweeten a wager that would otherwise not draw much attention.
Still, if you were planning on making a similar bet, anyway, there isn’t any harm in taking advantage of these offers as they pop up.
In comparison to other gambling sites, TVG requires far less information to register for an account. After all, betting on horse races online is legal in a majority of states, and appeals to a broader swath of the population.
So, to sign up for a new account, you will need only provide the following information:
It is also necessary to submit a password for the account. Make sure to choose a secure one, as TVG will have access to your financial information.
Although online horse betting access is widespread in the US, it is not universal. Some states have yet to give the green light to their inhabitants.
However, TVG offers its services to residents of 33 states. So, players in the following locations can take advantage of the great action on TVG:
*New Jersey residents must access TVG via the site 4NJBets.
**Pennsylvania residents must access TVG via the site PABets.
Usually, there is a bit of a disparity in terms of the levels of service on a site and an app. Depending on the company, one medium might be more advanced than the other.
TVG has made a conscious effort to limit the difference between its website and mobile app. Its reason is simple; there isn’t a TVG app available to Android users.
Instead, Android customers must access TVG through their device’s browser. The website is optimized for mobile use, but TVG cannot afford to have any drop-off between mobile and browser versions.
Apple/iOS users can download the TVG app from the Apple App Store.
In either case, a navy blue background with white lettering awaits the user.
Upcoming races — along with the minutes to post — are on prominent display. The browser version has the list in the leftmost column, and Apple users can see them in the first swipeable list.
TVG also indicates its picks for “Top Races,” “Top Pools” and “Top Tracks” on the first page.
The races to air on a TVG broadcast are adorned with the TVG or TVG2 logo.
The logos hint at one of TVG’s main advantages. You can view many races through the site or app itself. Both TVG and TVG2 are available via live stream, and designated horse races will appear throughout the day.
Even without any race coverage, TVG also provides expert analysis to inform players’ picks and wagers. This emphasis on comprehensive coverage sets the TVG app apart from the competition.
TVG offers many types of bets on horse races. Most of these types are common to other horse racing venues and sites.
However, for those who are new to horse racing, it is probably helpful to have a brief explanation; otherwise, the references could be quite overwhelming.
Please note the abbreviation that appears for each type of wager. These are sometimes the only identifier for a bet.
The most common wagers of horse racing are three separate bets. However, they are often paired with each other, so they deserve to be discussed as a group.
Simply put, win (WN), place (PL) and show (SH) are wagers on which horses will finish in first, second and third place, respectively. In fact, the three terms are synonymous with those finishing positions for many fans of the sport.
Obviously, a win bet is simply an attempt to pick the eventual winner. Only that outcome receives a payout.
However, a place bet is a wager that the horse will finish either second or first. So, two outcomes can equal a winning bet.
Show bets, naturally, have three winning outcomes. A horse that wins the race has also show in it.
With the increased chances to win comes a decrease in the odds for each option. So, a successful show bet will never pay as much as the other two options, regardless of whether the horse won or placed in the race.
Pick bets allow bettors to choose the horses that they believe will win in successive races. Instead of choosing which horses will win, place or show, you will pick winners in two to six races.
The numbers in their titles denote these bets. The number indicates the number of winners a bettor must choose.
Along with wagering on single horses, bettors sometimes like to bet on multiple entrants.
To that end, there is a group of bets in which you select which horses you believe will be the exact order of the finish. The three bets in question are the exacta (EX), the trifecta (TR) and the superfecta (SU). All three require you to guess precisely the way a race will finish.
An exacta bet calls for the selection of the first- and second-place finishers.
A trifecta bet is a wager on which three horses will win, place and show. Finally, a superfecta bet nominates the top four in the race.
Obviously, these bets are challenging to win because they require such precision. For the same reason, they also have higher payouts.
Needless to say, the more horses in the bet, the higher the potential payout.
Fortunately, there are options for bettors who believe they know which horses will finish high but do not know the order.
One of these wagers is the quinella (QN).
Simply put, a quinella is a wager to pick the two top finishers, but the order does not matter.
The other three types of this wager are optional variants that can be attached to the exact order wagers. In other words, any exacta, trifecta or superfecta can add one of these options onto it.
The first option is the box bet.
A box bet means that the bettor is still picking two, three or four horses to finish at the top, but the order in which they finish does not matter. In essence, an exacta box is a quinella bet, although the pooled monies for each may vary from race to race.
Another option is the key bet.
This type of wager designates a particular horse to be the winner of the race, but the other named horses can finish in any order.
Finally, you can select the wheel bet if they have a feeling about a few entrants, but no idea about the rest. The wheel allows you to designate a winner, and perhaps a second or third place, then essentially toss your hands up about the rest of the field and still win.
These options will always be referred with the exact order wager.
For instance, there is no solitary box wager; box wagers are either exacta box, trifecta box or superfecta box.
TVG offers bettors the ability to take part in some special wagering options. They are unique bets that are only available either at a particular track or by a particular operator.
They are as follows:
TVG customers must be able to move their money both into and out of the site; otherwise, the whole enterprise doesn’t work. So, TVG has a host of options for both deposits and withdrawals to make the process easier.
Here are all the various ways you can transact with TVG.
Unlike many gambling sites, TVG’s deposit options vary in terms of their fee structure. Some methods are free to use, but others are not. Make sure to check the terms before proceeding with a particular mode of deposit.
The following methods do not carry a deposit fee at TVG:
The following methods carry a $5 fee per deposit:
TVG charges a $15 fee per wire transfer.
As is the case with deposits, TVG charges fees on various withdrawal methods. Make sure to take these into account before initiating a transaction.
TVG charges a $15 per wire transfer, regardless of whether it’s a deposit or withdrawal.
TVG has an overnight check option for $40. Please note that the check will take two to four business days to arrive.
Withdrawing from the TVG Prepaid Card might bear a fee.
Yes, but it depends on the state. Thirty-three states allow horse betting inside their borders, but players from gambling strongholds Nevada and Mississippi are not on that list. Make sure to check your state’s laws before attempting to play.
Assuming that TVG is operating in your state, anyone 21 years or older can play.
Yes, TVG has operated safely and securely for two decades. The identification number and personal identification number systems act to ensure that only the named player on an account is playing.
Yes, TVG has several resources to promote responsible gaming. Players can set wagering and deposit limits for themselves at any time. They can also have their account access restricted at their request.