If you don’t already have an 888sport account, then we can highly recommend signing up, as this fresh sportsbook provides plenty to keep users happy. With regard to their racebook, we really enjoyed the fact that they listed trending and popular bets as you arrive at the horse racing page of their site. This forms part of their bet feed feature, which allows users to see the latest trending bets, and is filtered once you go to a sports specific page.
We also really enjoyed their handy bet finder tool, which is perfect for testing out a bet type if you don’t know the horses in a given race, or don’t know much about horse racing. 888Sport’s useful prompts and information again solidify it as a great option for newer users still learning the game of betting on the ponies.
The last factor we really enjoyed about 888sport were the range of races they offer to users. Users can bet on races from the UK, France, Japan, South Africa, and of course, the UK and Ireland. This is far better than what Pinnacle, for example, has to offer, as the only race they offer odds for is the Kentucky Derby.
Where 888sport could improve include their lack of tricast bets, which, if you’re determined to bet on tricasts, we’d have to recommend Bet365. The other aspect about 888sport’s racebook that was less than impressive were the lacking specials bets for horse racing. If you’re interested in viewing, and betting on markets that are a little unique, we’d have to recommend Betway.