From AP: Wagering at Remington Park rises 48.3 percent

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Hello! Thoroughbred Race Tracks! How about modeling what Remington Park is doing to increase handle? Big fields, good purses, wide open races, I may be speculating here but as an investor, these are the things that attract me to RP. Well done, Mr. Wells, well done

From the Associated Press:

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Track officials say that total wagering on Remington Park thoroughbred racing in 2010 rose by 48.3 percent from last year.

Scott Wells, the track's president and general manager, says almost $54.2 million was wagered on Remington Park races during the thoroughbred meet that ended Saturday. Track officials say the large increase is a result of higher interest from bettors receiving the track's export signal away from Oklahoma City. To read the rest of the article from the Brownsville Herald, click here:

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