Churchill Downs Incorporated Statement on Kentucky Supreme Court Ruling Regarding the Exacta ...

Churchill Downs Incorporated (“CDI”) (Nasdaq: CHDN) released today the following statement regarding the Kentucky Supreme Court ruling on the Exacta system used in historical horse racing machines (“HRMs”) in Kentucky. CDI does not use the Exacta system in any of its HRMs in any facility in Kentucky. We will work within our legal rights and in coordination with Kentucky legislators to ensure the ongoing legal operation of our HRM facilities in Kentucky so that we can continue to provide critical funding for the equine industry and support the citizens in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Although CDI does not use the Exacta system in question at any of our HRM facilities, we appreciate Ken

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Kentucky might soon get a new harness racetrack and a new casino

If some deep-pocketed backers have their way, Kentucky might soon get a new harness race track and a new casino. The majority owners of the Kentucky Downs horse racing track have partnered with the Keeneland Association to submit an application for a license in the Bluegrass State that would allow it to operate both options. If things go according to plan, the harness track would be set up in the city of Corbin, while the casino would be developed on the way from Corbin to Williamsburg.

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