Anguilla, B.W.I. (PRWEB) February 3, 2006
The most exciting and innovative addition ever to the online racing community is pleased to announce that, starting February 3, 2006, horse racing enthusiasts will now be able to wager real money on daily contests from all the top thoroughbred tracks in the United States, without ever having to leave their home. Handicapping contests are the fastest-growing segment in thoroughbred wagering today.
Handicapping contests are an exciting alternative to pari-mutuel wagering, and allow players of every level to go after larger pools for a flat fee. By offering daily contests, DHC caters to people who love contest wagering but don’t want to travel to the venues that host them, as well as the thousands of racing enthusiasts who have never considered the contest format.
On December 1, 2005, http://www.DailyHandicappingContests.com launched its site in Free Play Mode where players entered contests for free and competed against other participants for a chance to win small purses and bonus prizes. “The initial response has been overwhelming,” says CEO and site founder David Rosenhaft. “This has been a dream of mine for years and finally seeing the site up and running and hearing all the positive comments from the horse racing community has exceeded my expectations.”
In Cash Play Mode, contest pools are determined by the number of players and the entry fee. Entry fees will vary so there will be contests for every level of player. “Based on our current number of players, daily growth and buzz in the industry, we are expecting some huge pools,” said Mr. Rosenhaft.
The online gaming industry continues to grow at an explosive rate and identifying new and exciting offerings for the online gaming customer is becoming increasingly rare. DHC appears to have done just that with Cash Play Mode and judging from some of the customer feedback, is destined to be a huge success. “Finally someone has come up with a way for me to play contests wherever and whenever I want,” writes Jonathon H. “I am sending a note to all of my horse playing friends to check out your site,” adds Mark D.
“Comments like these are part of why I started the site,” says Mr. Rosenhaft, a lifelong horse player.
DailyHandicappingContests.com is operated by BruBerry Industries LTD San Jose CR, a wholly owned subsidiary of Finish Line LTD Anguilla B.W.I.
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