4th of November 2009 Author: Johnny Karp
TVG agreement with New York Racing Association will benefit non-US horserace fans
Betfair's U.S. based subsidiary TVG has scored a second major US horserace betting coup, signing a deal with the New York Racing Association (NYRA) to allow common-pool pari-mutuel wagering on its races to Betfair customers outside the United States.
Betfair signed a major common pools agreement with the US Breeder's Cup just last week .
The British betting exchange will now have access to NYRA's Aqueduct racetrack, Belmont Park and Saratoga Race Course pools, with betting open to punters at the 39-day Aqueduct Fall race meeting, which offers live racing five days a week from now until the end of 2009.
Betfair's head of horse racing development Steven Johnson said: "Following the acquisition of TVG, Betfair has been looking to enhance its US racing product offering. We have entered into agreements with a number of US racetracks, and introduced US Tote betting onto our site last month.'
Other major deals clinched by Betfair recently include its $5.5 million investment in the US-based firm Watercooler in a bid to access the booming social networking sector
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