Watch & Wager

Watch the races you wager on FREE! Enjoy exciting, LIVE, “watch and wager from anywhere” streaming broadcasts for fans of classic thoroughbred horse racing and top-notch harness racing at legendary tracks like Gulfstream Park, Santa Anita, Los Alamitos, Louisiana Downs, Tampa Bay Downs, Dover Downs Rosecroft, Yonkers and more… along with free handicapping picks and tips for better, more successful horse betting. Only HorsePlayUSA provides this not-found-anywhere-else list of tracks that present live video and race replays by Roberts Communication Network (RCN) during their active race seasons. If your favorite track is NOT listed here, it is because (1) their broadcast is NOT free… they use a pay-per-view service for live video, or (2) they simply do not provide live video in any form ever. Click the track’s name below to open its video viewing page in a separate, new window.

To see which tracks are presenting live racing on any given day, view the Equibase racing schedule here.

Bet on horses running at any of the tracks below. Bet 5Dimes here. | Bet TVG here.

– Arapahoe Park – Colorado

– Aqueduct – Post: 1:20PM – New York

– Cal Expo Post: 6:10PM (Harness) – California

– Charles Town – Post: 6:00PM – West Virginia

– Delaware Park – Delaware

– Delta Downs – Post: 5:40PM – Louisiana

– Dover Downs Post: 4:30PM (Harness) – Delaware

– Ellis Park – Kentucky

– Emerald Downs – Washington

– Evangeline Downs – Louisiana

– Finger Lakes – New York

– Flamboro Downs – Post: 6:00PM (Harness) – Ontario, Canada

– Fonner Park– Post: 1:30PM – Nebraska

– Fraser Downs – Post: 7:00PM (Harness) – British Columbia

– Freehold Raceway Post: 12:30PM (Harness) – New Jersey

– Golden Gate Fields – Post: 12:45PM – California

– Gulfstream Park – Post: 12:30PM – Florida

– Hawthorne Race Course – Ontario, Canada

– Hazel Park – Michigan

– Laurel Park – Post: 12:30PM – Maryland

– Los Alamitos – Post: 7:00PM – California

– Louisiana Downs – Post: 1:00PM – Louisiana

– Keeneland – Post: 12:30PM – Kentucky

– Kentucky Downs – Post: 12:30PM – Kentucky

– Mahoning Valley – Post: 12:45PM – Ohio

– The Meadows Post: 1:05PM (Harness) – Pennsylvania

– Meadowlands Racecourse Post: 6:35PM (Harness) – New Jersey

– Northfield Park – Post: 6:00PM (Harness) – Ohio

– Northville Downs – Post: 7:30PM – Michigan

– Parx Racing – Post: 12:55PM – Pennsylvania

– Penn National Post: 6:00PM /a> – Pennsylvania

– Prairie Meadows – Iowa

– Pompano Park – Post: 7:20PM (Harness) – Florida

– Remington Park – Oklahoma

– Rideau Carleton – Post: 6:15PM – Ottawa, Canada

– Rosecroft Raceway – Post: 4:40PM (Harness) – Maryland

– Sam Houston Park – Post: 7:00PM – Texas

– Santa Anita – Post: 1:00PM – California

– Tampa Bay Downs – Post: 12:44PM – Florida

– Turf Paradise – Post: 12:55PM – Arizona

– Western Fairway – Post: 6:55PM (Harness) – Ontario, Canada

– Woodbine Harness Racing – Post: 7:10PM (Harness) – Ontario, Canada

– Yonkers Raceway – Post: 6:50PM (Harness) – New York

– Zia Park – New Mexico

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How to use the RCN video player… (Refer to this if you encounter a viewing problem)

First of all, it is actually very easy to use the video player that provides the live video stream for each track. However, different devices and browsers interpret the feeds slightly differently, and this can cause “quirky” plays of the stream.
1. Always make sure the “Live” tab at the top of the player is the active tab.
The instructions from this point on are mostly a simple “set-up” exercise.
2. Click on the track’s name that is below the tabs and above the white screen.
3. Your device may then ask you for permission to allow the stream to play.
4. On most browsers and devices you will see the white screen beneath the tabs turn black… you might then see messages like “requesting stream” and/or “connecting”. This means you have successfully acquired the video stream.
5. In some instances, you may need to click on the track’s name a second time. Or, you may also need to click on the “Video Player” tab. If this is the case… do so. Then, click on the “Live” tab a second time… and possibly the track’s name a second time. The only tabs you may ever need to click are the “Live” and “Video Player” tabs. At any rate, your browser will learn the appropriate steps to play the track’s video stream. After your first stream viewing, you will probably only need to click on the track’s name once to view the stream of your choice.

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