New 12/13/20 photos from ITHA.
While Fonner Park is waiting for the Nebraska Gaming Commission to be established, the Grand Island racetrack is talking with companies that might run a gaming operation there once the system is in place.
With the Kentucky Supreme Court's decision that many Historical Horse Racing machines, the fuel that powers the state's racing circuit, do not constitute pari-mutuel wagering, the horse racing industry now faces problems.
Casinos are getting closer to coming to Nebraska. Yesterday, Ho-Chunk Inc. announced the launch of its new division Warhorse Gaming. CEO of Fonner Park Chris Kotulak says they are interviewing a number of casino operators including Ho-Chunk Inc.