Best Horse Racing Pick & TVG Promo Code for Friday, May 1

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The horses are back in action on Friday at Oaklawn Park and TVG has a limited-time offer for new customers in the 31 states where horse racing is legal: Bet $300, Lose Nothing.

Let’s explain some more… If you click this link and sign up for a new TVG account, your first bet on a horse to win is 100% risk-free, up to $300. That means if you wager $300 on a horse at 3-1 odds and it loses, you’ll receive $300 in free bets to put back in play. You can withdraw whatever you turn those free bets into if you so choose.

If you’re new to betting on the ponies and are unsure of the best way to take advantage of this promotion, our horse racing expert Mike Conti has a horse he likes on Friday in Race 8 at Oaklawn Park (5:38 p.m. ET):

This is another non-graded stakes race with a competitive field. After going over this race a few times, I kept coming back to No. 10 Antoinette (8-1) for trainer Bill Mott. This will be her second start off the layoff after finishing third in the G2 Fair Gounds Oaks last time out. She had to wait for room at the 5/16ths pole and again at the 1/4 pole. If jockey John Velazquez can work out a better trip for her in here, I really like her at the price. She’s my top pick.

Using this bet as an example … If No. 10 Antoinette wins at 8-1 odds and you put the full $300 on him, you’d profit $2,400 and be able to withdraw any portion of those winnings, plus your original stake, whenever you want.

Simply put, this is far and away the best new-customer horse racing offer for those of you looking to get into the ponies, but it’s only running for a limited time, so be sure to act fast. Good luck!

Terms apply. Must be 21+ to wager with TVG. Available to new customers who are in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming.

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