"At Canterbury Park, race 4, $2 to win, on horse 5.”
Um, what? From post time to pari-mutuel betting, learning how to bet on the horses is key to long-term enjoyment at ther track, according to the website. But what if you're a first-timer?
There's plenty to learn. In fact, there's so much that Canterbury offers a five-week course called Canterbury College. While many of us don't quite have time for that, we do have an all-star crew to answer your questions. So we encourage you to ask anything you've ever wanted to know about horses, racing and betting.
Our panel of experts includes:
Jeff Maday, Canterbury Park's media relations/player development manager
Andrew Offerman, Canterbury Park's social media coordinator
Dave Astar, owner and manager of two thoroughbred racing and breeding businesses, Astar Thoroughbreds and Astar Lindquist Stables