Bookie software is the ultimate tool for handling betting window operations at
your Kentucky Derby party, or any other event focused around a competition.
Use it for any of the major thoroughbred racing events, for other national
sporting league championships, or for your club's golf tournament betting.
Many more uses!
Take bets just like a race track betting
Handles win, place, show, exacta, trifecta, and
pick 3 through pick 6 bets!
Print tickets or record the name of the bettor
for easy cash distribution!
- Display the odds based on the bets made at
your party or event just like the track tote board!
Enter the results and the payouts are
determined in seconds!
Backyard Bookie is NOT an Internet gambling service. While you can
enter and payout track odds if you wish, the program is primarily designed to
calculate odds and payouts based on the bets made at your event. That way,
all or a designated portion of the money bet is distributed back to the bettors,
eliminating the risk of a loss (or gain) for the "house". For charitable purposes, a
small portion of the bets can be withheld from the payout calculation.
Now available in two different versions to meet
The Thoroughbred Edition
is your economical way to run your horse race parties for
2005!. Good for the Kentucky Derby, Preakness,
Belmont, and Breeder's Cup through 2005.
Order now - only $19.95!
If you purchased the 2003 Thoroughbred Edition, you can
to the 2004/2005 Thoroughbred Edition for
$14.95! Or, you can
to the Premium Edition for only $39.95!
The Premium Edition
allows you to use Backyard Bookie year after year on any event.
It does everything that the Thoroughbred Edition does and more!
Place bets on any competition or event! No need to
purchase an upgrade next year!
Order now -
Click here to
see a full description of Backyard Bookie features!
your copy and get started today!
Upgrade your software!
Click here for instructions
"Take bets like an official betting window, display the current
odds, and calculate payouts.... Have a pari-mutuel party on Derby
Day and play for fun or money." - ZD Net