E-Ponies.com Announces New iPad App for Kentucky Derby - Home Tote Board

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Throwing a Kentucky Derby party at your house? E-Ponies.com has an app for that! Entertain your guests with your own private wagering pool.

This app does a few select things very well, and looks great while doing it. It was fun to develop and we expect to see it popping up at Derby parties this year.

E-Ponies.com announces the release of their first iPad app - Home Tote Board.

E-Ponies.com seems to know what horse racing fans want. Their first mobile app, One Click Pony, has been a very popular item on the App Store since it's launch two years ago. With their first tablet app, Home Tote Board, E-Ponies shows that in addition to being able to think like a handicapper, they can also put themselves in the shoes of the host of a Kentucky Derby party. Many hosts like to take wagers from their guests but have to manage the money and odds manually, in a spreadsheet on a dry erase board. With Home Tote Board, all of this is managed in a gorgeous tablet app.

Some of the features of Home Tote Board include:

  • A take-out percentage for the host or charity of choice
  • A View-Wagers screen which can be sorted by wagerers name, horse name, or wager amount
  • A Pay-Winners screen to simplify payouts after the race is complete
  • Personalize the screen with the party name and image file

This iPad app is the latest in a growing list of tools for horse racing fans brought to you by the industry leader in innovation, E-Ponies.com. Owner and handicapper, Liam Durbin, elaborates, "We can't wait for the current generation of handicappers to figure out how to use iPhones and iPads. We see this happening, but it is not enough. The technologically enhanced tools we are developing will bring new horse racing fans to the track."

Also on the App Store and Android Market from E-Ponies.com is HorseForum! Coming in May, E-Ponies.com will add one more app to the App Store, Exacta Max.

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