Unfortunately, there are no horse tracks left in the state of New Hampshire. However, this is only because of a lack of interest generated in the state and not due to any law change. Online horse racing sites are perfectly legal and your only option these days for playing the ponies in the state.

Apps like TwinSpires and BetAmerica operate in the state and are fine options as you can wager on any horse race online.

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Gambling laws in the Granite State are on the restrictive side of the spectrum, with no local casino gaming or sports wagering. It does, however, have a state lottery, dating to 1964, and allows pari-mutuel wagering on both dog racing and horse racing. 

New Hampshire had a historic horse racing venue – Rockingham Park, aka “The Rock” in Salem – which was built in 1906 and hosted thoroughbred racing for decades before shifting to standardbred harness racing. But the track closed in 2016 and was demolished to make way for a massive hotel, condo and retail complex. 

Three dog racing tracks also have been closed amid financial problems and a 2009 law banning dog racing in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire horse racing betting active in 2020:

  • 123bet.com;
  • AmWager.com;
  • BetAmerica.com;
  • Betptc.com;
  • Dayatthetrack.com;
  • DRFBets.com;
  • HollywoodRaces.com;
  • KeenelandSelect.com;
  • NYRABets.com;
  • Paribet.com;
  • TVG.com;
  • TwinSpires.com;
  • XpressBet.com.

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