The Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes will be taking place on Jan. 29. Gulfstream Park will be hosting all of the Saturday action in Florida.
TVG is the best option for Hoosiers looking to bet on the race.
How to watch the Pegasus World Cup
Watching the Pegasus World Cup is easy in Indiana.
If you’re looking for the full day of action, then TVG is the best place to camp out for the earlier races. The company streams races every day in addition to its offerings as a racebook.
Just tuning in for the headliner? No problem.
People that love horse racing in Indiana are already used to flipping on NBC for the sport’s biggest events. That will be no different for the Pegasus World Cup, since the network owns the broadcasting rights for that outing.
The Pegasus World Cup and the World Cup Turf are only available on NBC, so you’ll have to shift over from TVG if you’re watching all seven races on Saturday. That NBC broadcast will run from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in Indiana.
Knicks Go vs. Life Is Good
The main storyline ahead of Saturday’s action is Knicks Go vs. Life Is Good. Knicks Go is the defending champion for the Pegasus World Cup.
There’s never been a back-to-back winner for the big race, so Knicks Go has a chance to make history this weekend.
Life Is Good was a standout at the 2021 Breeders’ Cup, which should make the thoroughbred one of the toughest competitors this weekend.
If you’re new to horse racing, then you might not have heard of the Pegasus World Cup before. The Kentucky Derby gets most of the media shine over the course of the year.
While the Pegasus World Cup might not carry the same national prestige, the race still sports a $3 million purse, which is the same size as the Derby’s.
Pegasus World Cup betting odds
The first batch off odds are here for the main event. These odds could change between now and the start of the race, so check in with TVG for the most up-to-date list.
|Post Position||Horse||Betting Odds|
|4||Life Is Good||7-5|
TVG Cash Back Deal
TVG is looking to make the most of the Pegasus World Cup by offering special gambling deals to horse racing fans.
The company’s latest deal is good for every race on World Cup day, so Hoosiers will have plenty of betting options.
Picking the winner is hard to do in horse race betting. Sometimes you come close, but your horse can’t quite take the top spot.
TVG’s new deal helps smooth out some of those problems.
The racebook’s “Cash Back” deal will refund your bet up to $10 if the horse you bet on to win ends up coming in second or third place instead. That takes out some of the inherent risk that comes along with gambling.
Using this deal is a no-brainer for smaller wagers on Saturday’s races. After all, why not add a little protection to your bets in case things don’t go as planned?
If you’re interested in using this promotion, then just head over to TVG to get started. You can find the deal under the “Promotions” tab of the racebook’s website.