The Queen’s Plate, Canada’s equivalent of the Kentucky Derby, is set to take place this Sunday, June 24th at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. The Queen’s Plate is the first race in the Canadian Triple Crown of horse racing and is the oldest thoroughbred horse race in Canada.
Post time is set for 5:36pm EST.
Where To Bet On 2012 Queen’s Plate Online
The first step to betting on the 2012 Queen’s Plate race is to choose an online racebook to place your bets through. I highly recommend that you choose a trusted and reputable online sportsbook (like any found here at BetOnIt.org) to place your bets.
SportsInteraction.com is my recommended site for betting on the 2012 Queen’s Plate race and the rest of this article will be referring to placing a Queen’s Plate bet at SportsInteraction.com.
SportsInteraction.com has a great racebook, is well respected in the industry and targets the Canadian marketplace. They also offer a 100% matching bonus up to $125 for new sign ups (through one of our links).
How To Bet On 2012 Queen’s Plate at Sports Interaction
The first thing you will need to do is open a new account at SportsInteraction.com. Click here to visit Sports Interaction and open an account. This will only take a minute.
Now that you have an account you should log in and head over to the ‘deposit’ section of the site. Choose from one of the many deposit methods to fund your account. If you run into any problems making a deposit I suggest you contact customer support and they will help you out.
You are now ready to bet on the 2012 Queen’s Plate race. Click on the ‘Horses’ tab in the navigation bar to head over to the Sports Interaction racebook. Next you should click on ‘Woodbine’ under the ‘Thoroughbred’ tab to bet taken to the races at Woodbine racetrack for the day. Now it’s up to you to find the race with a post-time of 5:36. This is the Queen’s Plate race. Place your bets then sit back and watch your horse make you some cash.
To learn more about the history of the race check out the Queen’s Plate wikipedia page. Or if you are more interested in just the 2012 Queen’s Plate I suggest visiting the dedicated Queen’s Plate page at the Woodbine website.