Caesars Racebook App Goes Live in Florida and Ohio

Through its partnership with the New York Racing Association (NYRA Bets), leading sportsbook Caesars has launched its racebook wagering app in Florida and Ohio.

As a collaboration between Caesars sportsbook and the online betting arm of the New York Racing Association (NYRA Bets), the application will offer pari-mutuel wagering on over 250 race tracks worldwide.

Some of the races that will be featured include racing from Belmont Park, Saratoga Race Course, and several Caesars-operated racecourses, like Harrah’s Hoosier Park and Horseshoe Indianapolis.

Fans will also be able to claim rewards on the application through the Caesars Rewards loyalty program. Every time they place a bet, users will have a chance to win exclusive prizes.

Dan Shapiro

The launch of Caesars Racebook is an important milestone as we continue to add wagering opportunities for our customers and livestreaming content for the first time. Caesars Racebook is truly differentiated as the first horse racing advance deposit wagering app to include our award-winning Caesars Rewards loyalty program.

Dan ShapiroSenior Vice President and Chief Development Officer of Caesars Digital

Caesars first signed an agreement with NYRA in January to become an official sports betting marketing partner of the NYRA Triple Turf Series. The brands expect the Caesars Racebook wagering app to be a hit in the two states and expand in more states before the year runs out. For now, only iOS users can download the application as it is only available on the Apple Store.

Matt Feig

The new Caesars Racebook app, which utilizes the NYRA Bets interface and technology, will expand access to world-class horse racing now and in the future. The partnership between NYRA Bets and Caesars is a win for horse racing, its stakeholders, and countless racetracks around the world.

Matt FeigGeneral manager of NYRA Bets

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