Welcome to the RedZone Virtual Horse Racing page. If you want to learn about the other Virtual Sports that you can bet on at RedZone then click one of the sections below. However, if you want to learn about Virtual Horseracing from RedZone then read on!
Redzone are a pretty new online operator in the Sports and Casino market, but have established themselves as a leader in American Sports, especially Basketball, American Football and Baseball with all of the razzmatazz associated with American sporting culture.
Sadly none of these are available as Virtual Sports (yet – although basketball is available, just not at RedZone), but since their formation in 2016 they have focussed on making sure that they have one of the most cutting edge gaming platforms available.
RedZone has operating licence in the UK which means that RedZone is completely legal to deposit and play at, and that your money is secure should anything ever go wrong. At the moment only UK and Irish nationals can play at RedZone.
RedZone offers online poker, casino, bingo and of course sports betting.
Lets have a look at the Virtual Sports that you can place bets on at RedZone
Virtual Sports Available
Just like real Horse Racing, you can place bets on Virtual Racing at RedZone.
Out of all the Virtual Horse Racing platforms that I have experienced, the one at RedZone is easily among the best. Everything is clearly laid out, with nice large icons showing the horses colours and number, and unlike some other offerings you can instantly see the previous form of the horse, the name of the jockey and the odds for the horse.
Even better, there is an “info” button next to each horse. Pressing this opens up a lovely little window which has more details on the horse. These include the trainer name, age of the horse, a summary of its last twenty runs and even a beautifully rendered image. its a really nice details and makes the betting aspect even more realistic.
Placing a Bet
This the easiest interface I’ve ever used. You can bet on Win, Place, Forecast or Tricast straight from the main screen just by clicking on the icon, selecting your horse or horses, entering your stake and submitting it. It couldn’t be easier.
The only thing that I found unusual was that there didn’t seem to be the option to do reverse Forecasts or Tricasts but with the range of markets available this isn’t really a deal breaker.
Types of Bet
So, as we’ve read the range of betting options is superior to most, with easy to navigate buttons, form and betting slips. The odds are displayed in fractions for me – unusually, when you sign up to RedZone one of the sign-up questions asks in which format you would like your odds displayed in. Not that it matters, because you can change then at will to Decimal, or even American.
Betting on a single race allows you to bet on the following – Win, Place, Forecast and Tricast.
However, you can also bet on multiple races. This will open up even more betting options for you.
These additional options include Doubles, Trebles, Lucky 15s and many more. Lovely stuff.
But that’s not all. RedZone give you the option of building bets over some of the different sports they have available – you can Mix and Match bets over Horse Racing, Greyhounds, Speedway, Trotting and Cycling. Sadly you cant add Tennis or Football to these bets (as Iit looks like they have a different software supplier, but its no biggy to be honest).
And if you think that the betting part is really good, just wait until you see the Race Action. Its amazing. The graphics, are stunning, with little details like the furrows in the course, the shadows and even the clouds all making this the most realistic experience I’ve had with a Virtual Horse Race.
At the bottom of the screen is a ticker that shows where each horse is in the race, and also how far it is to the finish line.
Bottom line is that RedZone is easily one of the best places to bet on Virtual Sports. The bet navigation is clear and easy, the graphics are exceptional and the range of Virtual Sports available is fair. There’s plenty of fun to be had at RedZone. Give it a go.