bet365 Sports Introduces New "Going to Post" Horse Racing FeaturePublished May 2, 2016 by Florin P
bet365 Sports’ "Going to post" feature helps horse racing fans pick winners.
Horse racing has plenty of fans worldwide and many of those who choose to gamble on the races go online. bet365 Sports has ample coverage of the sports and their members can bet on major events and also place wagers on a weekly basis.
The bookmaker has recently announced the introduction of a new feature, available exclusively to horse racing fans. It goes by the name of "Going to post" and it is supposed to help punters make an educated decision when placing their bets.
How "Going to Post" Works
The new feature is available to all those who have an account with bet365 Sports and grants them access to potential selections prior to betting. Punters will also get to hear the racecourse commentators and use this information to place bets that are more likely to finish in the money. Initially, "Going to post" will only be available at selected UK events, but punters will enjoy its benefits with no strings attached.
The bookmaker broadcasts many races in real-time, but these transmissions are only available to those who place a minimum bet. In this case, anyone can use the feature and it will be made available 6 minutes before the start of the race. Those who choose to wager on the race will be able to see the entire event as it unfolds in real-time.
The Sky is the Limit for Horse Racing
Over the last couple of years, the popularity of horse races surged to new highs and major competitions were preferred by punters. The Grand National attracted loads of professional and amateur players, with most of them placing winning bets earlier this year.
The bookies had high expectations, but they ended up on the losing end of those bets, which means that the betting community is getting wiser. Whether they chose to bet on major favorites such as Djakadam, Don Cossack, Vautour and Cue Card or tried to predict upsets, punters were successful in their endeavors.