The Equality State, so named because it became the first state to grant women the right to vote in 1869, lands somewhere in the middle in terms of state gambling laws.
Wyoming’s gambling laws allow for tribal casinos; betting on horse and dog races, a lottery, charitable games and social gambling.
Wyoming has had many live horse racing tracks over the years and in 2019 has live race meetings scheduled at three tracks: Energy Downs in Gillette, Sweetwater Downs in Rock Springs; and Wyoming Downs in Evanston.
The state also has an off-track betting network, with outlets in Cheyenne, Evanston, Gillette, Mills, Rock Springs and Sheridan.
Wyoming gambling law explicitly authorized advance deposit wagering, which enables residents to bet on horse or dog races via the telephone or online. As a result, most major ADW providers cater to Wyomingites in 2019, including 123bet.com; AmWager.com; BetAmerica.com; Betptc.com; DRFBets.com; HollywoodRaces.com; NYRABets.com; TVG.com; TwinSpires.com; and Xpressbet.com.