E-ponies.com is a leader in bringing new technologies to horse racing fans.
Sewickley, PA (PRWEB) June 26, 2010
E-ponies.com computer handicapping provides the public picks for the Chicago Tribune and LA Times. E-ponies.com selections also appear in the Louisville Courier-Journal and the Saratogian Pink Sheet, online at washingtonpost.com and ESPN.com.
E-ponies.com launched the iPhone app, One Click Pony, in November 2009. One Click Pony is aimed at beginning or recreational handicappers who want quick access to good betting information. As a result, the application is designed around two key principles: ease of use, and simplicity.
Version 1.4 improves upon these two simple concepts by adding a button that allows users to go directly to the next post time at any track. Now users can go forward and back at any given track, or click the new button to go from one track to another, based on post time order. For recreational bettors, that do not have a track preference, this feature allows them to follow along very easily and make wagers at different tracks.
Version 1.4 has added two new tracks to the list of available tracks, Evangeline Downs and Delta Downs. This brings the total number of tracks covered by One Click Pony to 30.
One Click Pony retains the functionality that has made it very popular amongst racing fans. Examples include the ability to scratch horses by dragging them off the screen, the attractive wagering choices of best speed, best class, live long shot, and best value. Users also enjoy the wager calculator and the ability to choose a favorite track which will be displayed as default on start up.
E-ponies.com computer selections are very popular with horse racing fans. The quote below indicates how users have enjoyed the addition of the iPhone app to the existing offerings at E-ponies.com.
"I have used e-ponies.com for 11 years - won't go to the track without it. This app is a perfect compliment to the site. Very easy to use and keeps getting better!"
E-ponies.com is a technology leader in the horse racing business. Their long shot "Tip Tweets" can be found at: http://www.twitter.com/OneClickPony. E-ponies.com also has a very active handicapping forum and distributes content via RSS feed several times during the day.