Betting on Horse Racing is supposed to be a fun and recreational pastime but we realize that, for some, it can become a problem that adversely affects their lives and the lives of those around them.
While we pride ourselves on offering a service that is accessible to our members from the comfort of their own home, unfortunately our service has the potential to be abused. And, like so many other activities, when betting on horse racing becomes compulsive and unmanaged, it becomes a problem. We take very seriously our responsibility to provide a gambling service in a socially responsible way. Here is how we promote responsible gambling:
Betting on horse racing is a form of adult entertainment and it is illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to play on our site. All of our members must be 21 or older and we reserve the right to ask for verification documents from any member and may deactivate any account until such proof is received.
Anyone under the age of 21 that is found to be gambling on our site will have all winnings forfeited.
To prevent underage access we recommend the Internet's most trusted parental control filtering sites:
It's easy for unmanaged gambling to become problem gambling. We have the ability to block a member's access to the betting area if they have a gambling problem. If you think you have a problem we urge you to view the "Twenty Questions" at Gamblers Anonymous here. The few minutes it takes could be the warning sign you need. Simply notify us and we will block access to your account.
New York Residents: The issue of problem gambling is an important one. If you need help or want information, or know someone else who does, here are some places to start:
New York Council on Problem Gambling
24-Hour Problem Gambling Helpline: 1-877-846-7369
TEXT: HOPENY (467369)
Voluntary Self Exclusion
To voluntarily exclude from New York State gaming facilities, including casinos, horse racing, off-track betting, video lottery gaming and interactive fantasy sports activities in New York State pursuant to Title 9 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York and New York Racing, Pari-Mutuel Wagering and Breeding Law section 1404(1)(d), please complete this form:
Request for Voluntary Self-Exclusion from All Gaming Facilities and Entities Licensed, Permitted or Registered by the New York State Gaming Commission.
The form must be signed by the individual requesting self-exclusion, notarized, with photograph as per instructions on the form. This exclusion request must be made in writing to:
404 4th Ave. N. Suite #4
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If you believe you have a gambling problem there are always people who understand your issue and help is always available. The Nevada Council on Problem Gambling has a 24-hour, toll-free hot-line at 1-800-522-4700. You can also visit the Gamblers Anonymous website here or GamCare, the leading UK provider of information, advice, support and free counseling for the prevention and treatment of problem gambling, here.
Both of these non-profit organizations are in no way affiliated with our site.
We work closely with the North Dakota Racing and Gaming Commission to ensure that we exceed standards of best practice in regards to responsible gambling.
Lastly, if you have any queries about these policies or our stance on responsible gambling, don't hesitate to contact us via phone at 1-855-941-1010 or email at support@OffTrackBetting.com.