WhichBookie racing analyst Will Smith provides a preview and two each-way selections for the sponsored card at Fontwell Park on Wednesday 20th October
Horse racing is arguably the most popular form of virtual betting and you’ll find many bookmakers across the UK offer it, with meets available to bet on every couple of minutes.
Here at Which Bookie we love virtual horse racing so choose a bookie, claim your Free Bets and read on below to find out all you need to know about wagering on this exciting new variation of the sport…
Virtual horse racing is almost exactly the same as actual horse racing but races take place using computer graphics and the latest technology instead.
Graphics and simulations these days are fantastic, delivering an experience that feels like the real thing; the only difference is that virtual horse racing uses a random number generator (RNG) to determine the winner.
This complex algorithm takes into account the odds of each horse and generates a series of numbers and outcomes which will eventually determine finishing places.
Of course, all you see is the race being run. If your horse is first past the post and you’ve backed it then you still win!
Most online bookmakers will offer virtual horse racing, simulating real racecourses for both jump and flat racing.
Brands such as Paddy Power and bet365 have virtual racing every few minutes for punters to enjoy.
You’ll find dozens of great bookies here at Which Bookie and all are tried and trusted, with full reviews to be found by clicking here.
Other notable brands who have a great range of virtual horse racing include William Hill, Coral, bet365 and many more. The best bookies for virtual racing can be found below…
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As you’d expect, the markets available to bet on with virtual markets are exactly the same as what you can place on real horse racing.
The two markets in which you can place your bets on are:
Both horse racing and virtual horse racing is available readily to bet on with bookmakers, so which is the best type to wager on?
Well, that can vary. There are pros and cons to virtual horse racing, a number of which can be found below…