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Xpressbets’s Kentucky Derby Wagering Guide Now Available
Leading online wagering provider Xpressbet is pleased to announce that its 2013 Kentucky Derby Wagering Guide is currently available for free download. Now in its eighth edition, the Kentucky Derby Wagering Guide can be downloaded at Xpressbet.com and is accessible by both Xpressbet customers and non-customers.
The Wagering Guide includes insights from veteran industry insiders that offer decades of experience in handicapping, journalism and broadcasting. Contributors will provide race analysis, statistics and trends, as well as their wagering strategies and best value plays. Last year’s Wagering Guide was highlighted with Bob Neumeier of NBC Sports suggesting the winning boxed Trifecta, which paid $1,532.80, and HRTV’s Jon White’s offering the wagering strategy of a $20 Win wager on I’ll Have Another, which paid $326.
Expert contributors to the 2013 Wagering Guide once again include Bob Neumeier and Mike Battaglia of NBC Sports, HRTV’s Jon White and Jeff Siegel, Dick Jerardi of the Philadelphia Daily News and Daily Racing Form, and ‘At The Races’ radio host Steve Byk. Renowned California clocker Gary Young will be live at Churchill Downs to provide his thoughts on pre-Kentucky Derby workouts and preparations. Updates to the Wagering Guide will be made on a daily basis the week leading up to the Kentucky Derby.
“We know that the Triple Crown is the annual highlight on the racing calendar, and it’s a perfect opportunity to showcase racing and betting to a broader audience,” says Xpressbet’s President Ron Luniewski. “We hope our Wagering Guide is helpful to horseplayers of all experience levels, and that our handicappers’ analysis and selections help our readers make some winning bets.”
Access Xpressbet’s Kentucky Derby Wagering Guide by visiting http://www.xpressbet.com/KDWG2013. Xpressbet’s Preakness Stakes Wagering Guide will be available on Friday, May 10, and its Belmont Stakes Wagering Guide will be unveiled on Friday, May 31.