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Historical Racing: Forward Steps From The Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission

When the historical racing machines in Wyoming OTB’s and bars were shut down in early October, Eugene Joyce, president of Wyoming Horse Racing, LLC, was worried he wouldn’t be able to support live horse racing in 2016.  That all changed this afternoon when the Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission voted to approve two new games that could […]

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Wyoming racing could return

A group of investors have applied to bring live racing back to Wyoming. Hoping to bring four days of live races later this year to the Cowboy State, this is as much a personal journey for Eugene Joyce who heads the group. His father Joseph owned Wyoming Downs from 1989 to 1998.

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ARIZONA RACING FROM INTEGRITY?

By Ray Paulick It’s a common belief that the court system gives a racetrack owner private property rights to exclude anyone it chooses from its premises. That doesn’t seem to be the case, however, particularly when the individual being excluded holds a state license to practice his profession on racetrack grounds. Just last […]

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LAST CALL FOR ALCOHOL … REGULATORS HOPE

By Ray PaulickSome Thoroughbred trainers and veterinarians are giving new meaning to the term “happy hour.” This isn’t the typical late-afternoon or early evening sessions when drinks are discounted at local watering holes but the time, usually two or three hours before a horse race, when an injection (normally 60 cc’s) or oral dose of […]

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