If your players are looking for wagering entertainment, tell them to look no further than the Breeders’ Cup where they do some horse racing betting. Also, Week 9 in the NFL is the most important so far this season.
This weekend is shaping up as a potential profit blockbuster for a couple of different bookie platforms. First, NFL Week 9 promises to be one of the most important of the season so far. At least three games should attract action in your pay per head agent sportsbook.
Second, the U.S. thoroughbred racing industry has their Super Bowl this weekend. The annual Breeder’s Cup two-day event occurs on Friday, November 6, and Saturday, November 7. Both race days could attract more horse racing bets than counting the rest of the racing days during the year combined. That’s how much interest horseplayers will show on the 14 Breeders’ Cup races.
Let’s take a closer look at both the Breeders’ Cup and NFL Week 9
We also offer a few ideas on how agents can use their bookie software to ensure they make a profit this weekend.
2020 Breeders’ Cup – Fourteen Races to Promote
This year’s Breeders’ Cup saves the most important races for Saturday. On Friday, juvenile colts and juvenile fillies race for massive purses. All races during the two-day event take place at Keeneland Racecourse in Lexington, Kentucky.
See below for a list of the races on Friday, November 6. We add the names of the favorites along with their betting on horse racing odds.
- Race 6 – Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint – Golden Pal 8/5
- Race 7 – Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf – Mutasaabeq 5/1
- Race 8 – Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies – Princess Noor 9/5
- Race 9 – Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf – Aunt Pearl 3/1
- Race 10 – Breeders’ Cup Juvenile – Jackie’s Warrior 7/5
Now take a look at the favorites for the nine races on the Breeders’ Cup Saturday card.
- Race 4 – Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint – Gamine 7/5
- Race 5 – Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint – Got Stormy 7/2
- Race 6 – Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile – Complexity 2/1
- Race 7 – Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf – Rushing Fall 5/2
- Race 8 – Breeders’ Cup Sprint – Vekoma 3/1
- Race 9 – Breeders’ Cup Mile – Ivar 4/1
- Race 10 – Breeders’ Cup Distaff – Monomoy Girl 8/5
- Race 11 – Breeders’ Cup Turf – Magical 5/2
- Race 12 – Breeders’ Cup Classic – Improbable 5/2
In marketing texts and emails, bookie agents should name drop favorites. Make sure to discuss Tiz the Law and Authentic, both run in the Breeders’ Cup Classic, and Swiss Skydiver, who runs in the Breeders’ Cup Distaff. Authentic won the Kentucky Derby while Tiz the Law finished second in the Run for the Roses. Swiss Skydiver beat Authentic to win the Preakness Stakes.
How to manage horse racing wagers
All bookies that offer free betting software must set up their racebook for success. Managing horse racing betting is different from managing sports bets.
Bookmakers must first set max betting limits. Second, bookies should set max payout limits. Finally, bookies should use the Instant Action Ticker to get an alert when a player has wagered up to the betting limit on a single race.
That’s essential information that will help you decide to cancel the bet, accept the stake, or shut off future bets on the race. PayPerHead sportsbook software gives you ultimate control, which means you decide what Breeders’ Cup races your players can wager.
These three games will drive action in NFL Week 9
Football handicappers figure to key on three matchups in NFL Week 9. Two of the games should attract action because they include teams that are excellent against the spread. The other match will attract action because it rates as the most intriguing matchup of the week.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Dallas Cowboys
The Pittsburgh Steelers are not only 7-0 SU, but they’re also 6-1 ATS. No football bettor wants to wager against the Steelers. To make Pittsburgh’s Week 9 battle even riskier for bookmakers that use sportsbook software, the Cowboys are 0-8 against the spread. Don’t mess around with Steelers – Cowboys on November 8. Use your layoff account if Pittsburgh, which is what should happen, gets overplayed.
Carolina Panthers at Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs remain one of the very best teams in the NFL. The defending Super Bowl Champions have covered the spread in 6-of-8. They can pick up another cover against the Panthers, and that’s the way most will play it. But pay per head service agents should consider allowing some money on the Chiefs to ride.
The Panthers are 4-4 ATS. They have a decent rushing attack as it is and should get the best running back in the league, Christian McCaffrey, back for Sunday’s contest.
New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Saints beat the Buccaneers by 11 points in Week 1. Tampa Bay has been on a massive roll ever since. The Bucs struggled versus the New York Giants on Monday night even though they pulled out a 2-point win. Does that mean New Orleans has a chance to cover the spread?
It does. Depending on your sportsbook, players could pound the Saints or the Buccaneers. Make sure to watch for wagers on the Saints’ moneyline. You may have to cut betting off if too many dollars land on New Orleans to beat Tampa straight up. The Saints will offer odds on the moneyline that undervalue their chances of winning.
Use Payperhead.com software to manage your sportsbook
Per head bookies must manage wagers on horse racing betting differently than bets on football games. Luckily, PayPerHead bookie agents can use top software to ensure they profit from both betting on the Breeders’ Cup and NFL Week 9 games.
If agents import their players soon, they pay just $3 per head for 3 months. They can also take part in the best referral program in the industry. One more thing, PayPerHead is the only pph company that provides the Agent Payment Solution, which allows bookies to pay and collect online.