According to Matt Hegarty of the Daily Racing Form, Churchill Downs and Trakus are close to an agreement that would bring the electronic real-time horse-tracking system to Louisville in time for Churchill's spring meet on April 30 and the Kentucky Derby on May 7.
“We're talking with them, and the talks are positive,” Churchill's vice president of racing communications John Asher said. “We're interested in what they can do and what they can provide to our racing fans.”
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