The best TVG Racing review with a comprehensive look into every you should expect ahead of registering for a TVG account.
We take a look at the TVG app and website, TVG betting markets, odds, deposit and withdrawal options, customer support, and outline which states TVG legally operate within.
We delve into the TVG Live racing streams that you can access from around the world through the web and the TVG app
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TVG is an online affiliate of the TVG Network, a digital cable and satellite horse racing, and greyhound racing network.
Launching back in 1999 the TVG Network is a well-known and trusted name in the sports industry and in turn, the sports betting industry.
TVG is part of the FanDuel group and with its connections to both FanDuel and the European giant’s Paddy Power Betfair group, offers racing odds and streaming on over 150 tracks worldwide.
TVG is at the forefront of horse racing betting, with unrivaled coverage of horse racing – with greyhound racing also offered to players in Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Oregon, Wyoming.
TVG is a must-have racebook for horse and greyhound racing bettors.
In order to open or access a TVG wagering account, you must be both a resident of, and physically located in a state that allows online horse racing wagering.
There are 32 states in which players are eligible for a TVG account and those states are listed below.
Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey (under 4NJBets), New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania (under PABets), Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
Sign up for a TVG account is a quick and easy process, taking no more than a couple of minutes to complete the registration.
The registration process at TVG is simply one short form, split into three sections, each of which we have detailed below.
And that’s it. It’s that simple to get up and running with your TVG account.
Your email address and password will be used when logging in and you must enable geolocation tracking to confirm you’re currently in a state where TVG is licensed, in order to access complete account functionalities.
Placing a wager at TVG couldn’t be simpler. There are two ways you can place a wager on a horse, and we’ve detailed them both below.
At the top of the TVG page, you will see a tab that says Horse Racing. Clicking on this tab will take you to a list of all of the day’s races from racetracks all over the world.
With hundreds of races each day, you can sort the list of races by either time or alphabetize them by track, making it super easier to find your desired race.
You can also add racetracks to your favorites so that they automatically appear at the top of the list whenever they host a race meet.
Once you find your race, click on the race and it will open a race card that details the race information, available bet types, runners, and current pool information.
The types of bet available differ from race to race, but will typically include win, place, show, exacta, quinella, these are displayed at the top of the race card.
Once you click on your selection it will open the bet slip where you can find all of the wagering information such as the race, bet type, stake, and tick boxes to make your selections.
On this slip, you can change the type of bet and make your selections before clicking ‘submit bet now’ to lock in your wager.
Another way to place a bet is by clicking the ‘Create Bet Ticket’ button found in the top right corner of the TVG page.
This will open a bet ticket, just as it would if clicking through a racecard.
Here you will have to select the Racetrack, Race Number, Bet Type, and Stake at the top of the slip before making your selection(s) below.
Once you have made your selections it will calculate your total stake, and you can then click ‘submit bet now’ to lock in your wager.
TVG only currently has an app for iOS users, with Google Play banning real wagering apps, Android users will have to search for TVG via their browsers to access the mobile version of the site. TVG has made a conscious effort to ensure the Android web browser version includes all of the functionalities of both the website and iOS app.
There is little difference between the desktop website and the mobile version or app, with the key functionalities, including streaming of TVG and races accessible throughout all versions.
iOS users in a state where TVG legally operates can download the app by searching the App Store on or clicking here
iOS players in New Jersey and Pennsylvania will need to download a separate app as TVG trades under a different name in each of these states.
New Jersey player must download 4NJBets
Pennsylvania players must download PABets
TVG offers many different ways to deposit funds into your TVG account. Some of these deposit methods will incur a fee or charge when depositing. These methods can be seen below.
TVG offers eight methods in which a player can withdraw money from their account.
These methods differ in processing time, ranging from the same day to 10 business days, with the majority of methods free to use.
The methods of withdrawal offered by TVG are listed below.
TVG exclusively covers horse racing and greyhound racing across the world. Horse racing betting is available to players in 32 states, where greyhound racing is only available to players in Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Oregon, Wyoming.
While you may not get the variation in sports at TVG as you do with other sportsbooks, TVG sticks to what it knows with a long and illustrious history in racing and does so in exemplary fashion.
TVG offers odds on hundreds of races each day with races from the US and all across the world including Ireland, the United Kingdom, France, Australia, South Africa, and more.
Within each race, there are many different types of bets or markets that you can wager on. The most common of these markets are listed below
TVG also has specialty betting markets available. These are typically based on races at a specific track or group of tracks such as the Cross Country Pick 5, Meadowlands Survivor Wager, and the Jockey 7.
New to horse racing or unsure what some of the above bet types entail?
Our industry-leading tipsters have compiled a handy how to bet on horse racing guide that explains all of the racing jargon that many players may be new to.
Be sure to check out our very own Pickswise horse racing betting guide here.
Unlike most sports betting, whereby you’re betting against the bookmaker on fixed odds, at TVG you are betting against other bettors in a pool. The technical term for this type of betting is parimutuel betting.
In parimutuel betting, all of the bets combine to form a pool. The host track will take a percentage, which varies from track-to-track and pool to pool, and the remainder is split between the winning selections.
Once a pool is formed you can see the breakdown of the pool on the right-hand side of the page on any race card.
The breakdown displays the total amount in the pool, how much has been wagered on each selection, and what the current payouts are expected to be. These figures will fluctuate right up until the off as more players wager on the race.
Pools can form at various times ahead of a race, once again, varying from race to race but at the very latest should form around an hour before the off time.
As you get closer to the off time, pools will see an influx of money, so the early indications may vary greatly when compared to the money in the pools on the off.
While there are no fixed odds at TVG they do show the current odds of a horse determined by the pool, or if the pool is yet to be formed, they estimate the likely odds ahead of time known as the morning line price or M/L.
These odds are displayed in fractional form, which is the oldest and traditional form of displaying odds, particularly within horse racing.
Fractional odds or odds, in general, can be daunting to the new bettor, but they are not as difficult to understand as many believe.
Fractional odds are extremely simple to calculate as the first number is the amount you can expect to win and the second number the amount you’ll need to stake.
If you wanted to place a bet on a horse running with odds of 9/4 then a $40 wager would see you win $90 in profit so $130 in total.
Similarly, a bet $100 wager on a horse that is 4/1, would see you return $500, a profit of $400.
A Parlay bet is a bet in which you combine multiple selections into one wager. This will increase the odds and payout of the wager as each selection’s odds are multiplied, but every selection must win for your wager to win, one losing selection is enough for the entire bet to lose.
As mentioned above, at TVG you’re not betting with fixed odds but instead a pool. As such, you cant bet traditional parlays as you may at other sportsbooks.
TVG does have something similar for those bettors who enjoy multi-selection wagers such as Daily Double, Pick-3, Pick-4, Pick-5, and Pick-6. These are all bets whereby you pick the winners of consecutive races and can be found at the top of the page when selecting the track you’re looking to wager on.
You can also find all of the top carryover pools, such as the Pick-3, Pick-4, Pick-5, and Pick-6’s in the bottom right of the homepage, where it details the pool total, bet type, and track.
TVG also runs a free Parlay-like competition every Sunday called TVG Super 8 worth up to $100,000.
You simply have to make one selection in each of the eight contest races spread around the country, and similar to the pool betting payouts, the prize fund is split between the total number of winners. There are also consolation prize pools for players who select 5 or more correct winners.
TVG offers players support 7 days a week with various means of contact available to suit your preference.
TVG also has an extensive support center with hundreds of frequently asked questions and answers including tutorial videos on how to navigate the site and explaining betting terms, odds, and racing jargon.
The most popular and often fastest way to get support from TVG is through their live chat. You can message a live agent by clicking the message us button atop of any page of the website. Advisors are on hand seven days a week from 7 am to 8:30 pm Pacific Time / 10 am to 11:30 pm Eastern Time, seven days a week.
You can email your questions or queries to Support@TVG.com.