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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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Latest Kentucky Derby Updates & Other Stories

Added on: April 7, 2015

Let’s start by taking a quick look at the top ten current leaderboard standings for the ‘Road to the Kentucky Derby’ series of races. At number 10 is Firing Line with a total of 58 points. At number 9 is ...

Latest News & Events from Around the Web

Added on: March 17, 2015

American Pharaoh proved too much for his adversaries after strolling to victory in the Grade II, $750,000 Rebel Stakes which took place on Saturday 14th March at Oaklawn Park. In his first race since September, the two-year-old winner was ridden ...

International Star Wins Risen Star Stakes

Added on: Feb. 24, 2015

On Saturday 21st February, International Star won the Grade II, $400,000 Risen Star Stakes at Fair Grounds Race Course and Slots. Ken and Sarah Ramsey's International Star manage to squeeze through close to the finish to beat runner up ...

American Pharaoh is Back from Injury

Added on: Feb. 3, 2015

The 2014 champion two-year-old male American Pharaoh recently returned from an injury sustained just before the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) and returned to Santa Anita on Monday morning. American Pharaoh was ridden by American jockey Martin Garcia who managed three furlongs ...

A Round Up of News from the Horse Racing World

Added on: Jan. 13, 2015

California Chrome put in another strong workout on Saturday January 10th for a potential run at the San Antonio Stakes on February 7th. The Horse of the Year finalist, owned by Steve Coburn and Perry Martin, had a decent run and ...

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