‘Tote Security System’ Launch Set for 2013
The Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau plans to roll out what it calls the “Tote Security System” in the fall of 2013, officials said Oct. 2.
The system, in the development stages for more than a year, is designed to address key issues that have lingered in the pari-mutuel industry for at least 10 years, said J. Curtis Linnell, director of wagering analysis for the TRPB, which falls under the Thoroughbred Racing Associations. Key functions of the system include identifying participants in a host track’s wagering pools; closing all wagering when the host track does so; and providing a database of all wagers within 60-120 seconds of a race.
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