Global Betting and Gaming Consultants (GBGC) has been collecting horse racing statistics for more than a decade.
GBGC has compiled horse racing statistics for gambling jurisdictions around the world and can provide racing statistics for the likes of California, Japan, Hong Kong, South Africa, France and Australia.
GBGC’s Global Gambling Report is currently in its seventh edition (published April 2012) and contains data and analysis for more than 250 gambling jurisdictions, including comprehensive coverage of horse racing statistics in these markets.
The Key Markets Database, which forms part of the Global Gambling Report, contains horse racing statistics for almost 100 individual jurisdictions, including individual US states, South African provinces, and Australian territories.
The horse racing statistics run from 2001 and include forecasts as well. The racing statistics cover both handle and gross gaming yield (gross win). GBGC’s statistics on horse racing are given both in local currency and converted to US dollars for ease of comparison.
If you are looking for statistics that show trends in international horse racing markets over the last decade then Global Betting and Gaming Consultants can help.
For example, GBGC’s database of racing statistics shows that in Japan horse racing handle has fallen from JPY 3.27 trillion in 2001 to JPY 2.62 trillion in 2011.
Over the same period horse racing handle in New Zealand has risen from NZ $ 1.1 billion to NZ $ 1.3 billion.
The total handle of all the racing markets included in GBGC’s racing statistics database came to US$ 127 billion in 2010. This statistic shows what a sizeable sector global horseracing is and its importance to the global gambling market. Understanding the trends in the horse racing sector is clearly important. The statistics that GBGC can provide on horse racing can assist you in your analysis.