sports gambling

Kentucky Committee Propels Forward Bill To Allow Sports Betting At Racetracks

A bill that would allow sports betting in Kentucky was amended Wednesday and advanced in the State House by the Licensing and Occupations Committee. The legislation, House Bill 137, would permit sports gambling at racetracks, the Kentucky Speedway and online in Kentucky. In Wednesday’s action, the bill was changed to allow betting on the sports […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Three Biggest Horse Racing Issues In 2020?

It’s fair to say the U.S. horse racing industry wouldn’t mind putting 2019 behind it, considering the controversy that plagued the sport throughout the year. And that wish is about to come true, but what will be the top stories of 2020? In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss […]

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Indiana Grand Ready To Officially Open State’s First Sports Book

Indiana Grand Racing & Casino will make history Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019 as it becomes the first Sports Book in the state. A special pep rally will lead into the commemorative ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of Winner’s Circle Race, Sports, Pub.  “We are extremely excited and honored to open the first Sports Book […]

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Sports Wagering Era Opens In Arkansas At Oaklawn Park

Oaklawn has become the first in Arkansas to offer sports wagering with the opening Monday of its newly remodeled Race & Sports Book in the north end of the casino. The Race & Sports Book offers teller wagering as well as fast, user-friendly kiosks and is open seven days a week.  Fans can now place […]

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Substitute Sports Betting Bill Filed In Kentucky; Racing Commission Would Regulate

A Kentucky legislator testified Wednesday about the latest version of a sports gambling bill he’s pushing, one that would tie in Daily Fantasy Sports and online poker and put the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission in charge of sports wagering. Republican Adam Koenig made his comments at a meeting of a House committee he chairs. He […]

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Indiana Tracks Could Get Live Casino Dealers This Year, Sports Betting In 2020

A bill moving through Indiana’s legislature would allow the racinos Indiana Grand and Hoosier Park to offer table games with live dealers this year and sports betting across the state in 2020. The potential developments are part of a measure passed by a state Senate committee last week which would overhaul Indiana’s gambling industry. Another […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Indiana Racing & Breeding: Do Battle With Sports Betting?

The Thoroughbred Idea Foundation recently released its latest white paper on an issue that’s all the talk in the racing industry: What to do about the legalization of sports betting? In today’s edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss what the TIF proposes and the feasibility of making necessary changes within […]

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Thoroughbred Idea Foundation: Horsemen Must Lead The Way In New Sports Betting Era

The Thoroughbred Idea Foundation (TIF) has released its latest white paper. “Horse Racing and ‘Legal’ Sports Betting” takes an in-depth look at the explosive growth of fixed-odds betting against the backdrop of racing’s long-standing pari-mutuel business.  “Without question, legal sports betting presents a momentous threat to all facets of the horse racing business,” said TIF Executive […]

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Churchill Downs Finalizes Purchase Of Presque Isle, Targets Sports Wagering In Pennsylvania

Churchill Downs, Inc. has completed the purchase of Presque Isle Downs, opening the door for the company to take advantage of legalized sports betting in Pennsylvania. CDI bought the Erie racetrack from Eldorado Resorts for just shy of $179 million. The deal was approved by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board and the Pennsylvania State Horse […]

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