kentucky downs racing

Kentucky Downs’ New Jockey7 Wager Launches Wednesday

The field for the Wednesday debut of Kentucky Downs’ new Jockey7 wager is out. The wager allows the horseplayer to bet on individual jockeys and their mounts over each card’s last seven races. The Jockey7 wager will be conducted over Races 4 through 10 throughout Kentucky Downs’ unique five-date meet that starts this Wednesday, Thursday, […]

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West: Top Selections For Kentucky Downs’ Wednesday Stakes Quartet

The four stakes on Wednesday, opening day for Kentucky Downs, signal exactly what fans and bettors can expect for the track’s brief season — lucrative purses, large fields and quality racing. Wednesday’s four stakes offer $1.25 million in purses; the two juvenile stakes overflow with entries; and the entrants in The Tourist Mile Stakes have […]

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With One Card Remaining, Kentucky Downs’ Handle Has Already Surpassed 2015 Meet Total

Kentucky Downs has already smashed its single-season mark for wagering, and still has Thursday’s card remaining in the all-grass track’s elite five-date meet. Through four days, the last being Sunday, all-sources wagering totaled $18,880,172.59. Last year’s total handle, up 6.3 percent over 2014 and then an all-time high, was $16,887,188. That’s despite running two fewer […]

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Kentucky Downs Offers Reserved Seating Through Online Box Office

With one month to go until Kentucky Downs’ unique five-date race meet boasting America’s most lucrative purses, fans can order tickets online to ensure their place in the Finish Line and Turf Club tents. The two distinctive trackside venues allow patrons to enjoy the best of both worlds: being outdoors in a pastoral setting in […]

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Several Special Events On Tap For Upcoming Kentucky Downs Meet

Tickets for September’s live, all-turf meet at Kentucky Downs in Franklin, KY are now available. The track will open on Saturday, September 5 and will conduct full cards­—with a total of 12 stakes races—on September 10, 12, 16 and 19. Gates open at 10:00 a.m. (CDT) on race days and, as always, regular admission and […]

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