Oklahoma gambling laws allow betting on horse racing, tribal casino gambling, a state lottery, charitable games, bingo and raffles with prizes.
Oklahoma allows slot-machine-like electronic gaming at its two remaining commercial racetracks:
- Remington Park in Oklahoma City
- Will Rogers Downs in Claremore, both of which host both thoroughbred and quarter horse racing.
- The fairgrounds track in Tulsa
- Fair Meadows at Expo Square (hosts racing each year in June and July)
All three facilities also serve as simulcast centers, and off-track betting is available at casinos in Durant, Newcastle, Newkirk, Norman, Oklahoma City, Pocola, Sallisaw, Thackerville West Siloam Springs and Wyandotte.
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Oklahoma horse racing betting sites
Oklahoma was early to the game in approving advance deposit wagering on horse races, which enables customers to place wagers from pre-funded accounts over the telephone or online. Most ADW horse racing betting sites offer their services in Oklahoma in 2020 – often with restrictions on betting in-state tracks.