Trotting, also known as harness racing, is similar to horse racing. The jockey is called a trotting driver and does not sit on the horse, but rather on a two-wheeled cart. The horses don’t gallop, but trot or pace around the track at a particular gait.
Trotting races typically start behind a motorised gate or mobile barrier. The horses form a line behind the barrier, which is connected to a moving vehicle. When it reaches the starting line, the gates open and the vehicle drives away to start the race.
Much like horse racing, the sport offers punters plenty of opportunities to place bets. MansionBet has all the information you need to do just that.