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This website is designed to offer you a considerable amount of insight into the state that probably carries the most prestige in at least one area of gaming (pari-mutuel wagering) and has brought about some of the most burning controversy as it concerns yet another area of gaming (online gambling).

Everyone knows that Kentucky is known the world over when it comes to horse racing, because the most prestigious race of all - the Kentucky Derby - takes place there on the first Saturday in May every year. Because of its relationship with the pari-mutuel industry, in fact, the state has become particularly unfriendly to encroachment, so much so that it conducted a seizure of domain names of some of the leading players in the online gambling industry. That is still a hot topic.

The possibilities in the Bluegrass State are still very much alive. Everything that is attached to those possibilities will be covered by the material you will read herein.

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Main Sequence Retires Due to Injury

Added on: July 21, 2015

Kentucky-bred Thoroughbred racehorse, Main Sequence, has apparently been retired according to Flaxman Holdings racing manager, Alan Cooper. Throughout his time racing Main Sequence has been trained by David Lanigan and Graham Motion and has amassed an incredible career earnings totalling £ 2 ...

Hard Aces Wins Gold Cup by a Nose

Added on: June 29, 2015

Hard Aces, ridden by Victor Espinoza, charged up the rail on Saturday 27th June, 2015, at Santa Anita to win the $500,000 Gold Cup by just a nose, pipping Hoppertunity to the post in a finish that was almost too ...

American Pharoah Wins Triple Crown

Added on: June 9, 2015

On Saturday June 6th 2015, American Pharaoh became the twelfth ever horse to win the Triple Crown. This is often considered one of the most elusive feats in horse racing, and quite possibly in all sports from around the world and ...

141st ‘Run for the Roses’ Has Record Turnout

Added on: May 19, 2015

American Pharoah won the 141st ‘Run for the Roses’ race ($2 million Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands) and the victory was witnessed by a record-breaking 170,513 spectators. The previous attendance record was set back in 2012 when 165,307 ...

Kentucky Derby Winners

Added on: April 28, 2015

The 140th Kentucky Derby will be taking place this year on Saturday 3rd May at Churchill Downs, which is in Louisville, Kentucky, in the United States. This is a race for thoroughbred horses. It is held on a left-handed track over ...

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