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Where to find Brisnet horse racing?

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Brisnet, also known as Bloodstock Research Information Services, operates a home office in Lexington, Kentucky at 801 Corporate Drive, 3rd Floor, and a website at www.brisnet.com. Brisnet is known as the largest horse racing information service on the Internet, as of 2015.

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Brisnet is an organization that provides thoroughbred handicappers with date files and report information on more than 10,000 jockeys, 40,000 trainers, 8 million starts and nearly 2 million thoroughbreds. Individuals who sign up as members of the organization and website are not required to pay any sign-up fees or post monthly minimums.

Brisnet provides members with a free handicapping newsletter, the Handicapper's Edge, and a daily thoroughbred industry report, the Bloodstock Journal. Brisnet also offers access to low-cost products, instance race results and real-time odds. The site does not host account wagering, but it refers members who are residents of states that allow account wagering to its sister company, TwinSpires.

Members of Brisnet also have access to technical support to aid them in collecting data. In addition, the Brisnet website features a glossary of terms commonly used in horse racing, a variety of articles on horse racing-related topics, and an online bookstore with resources for horse racing enthusiasts across the world.

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