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- It's Not Too Late For Stud Farms!
- Fame And Glory Wins UK Gr1 Ascot Gold Cup
- Holy Roman Emperor Adds UK Gr2
- Hinchinbrook Out Of Royal Ascot & "May Be Retired"
- Star Witness Favourite For UK Gr1 Golden Jubilee
- Cummings Says So You Think "Slightly Underdone"
- Aust Jockey Hugh Bowman 4 Rides At Royal Ascot
- Aust Jockey Clare Lindop Also Riding At Royal Ascot
- 1st Winner For Freshman Sire Primus
- Waller Set To Join Elite Group
- 81 Supplementaries In Inglis Weanling & Bloodstock Sale
- Lonhro Leads Chaparral & Redoute's On Aust Sires Title
- Thorn Park Leads Pins & Pentire On NZ Sires Title
- Tobique Retired To Stud At NZ Grangewilliam
- Aust-Bred Gibraltar Son Wins In South Africa
- 4th Winner For Freshman Shuttler Vital Equine
- Langfuhr Adds US Black-Type
- Heiligbrodts To Disperse US Stock Beginning Next Month
- US Committee Releases Paper On Track Surfaces
- Gaming Deal Offers VLTs To Ohio Racetracks
- B&R's Galloping Horse Never Sleeps
Gaming Deal Offers VLTs To Ohio Racetracks
We-Have-Seen-The-Future Update: In Ohio, Governor John Kasich’s “comprehensive gaming review agreement” includes provisions for the Ohio Lottery Commission to award racetracks licences to operate video lottery terminals, reported bloodhorse.com. The agreement allows each of the state’s 7 tracks (3 thoroughbred & 4 trotting) to apply for 10-year VLT licenses at a cost of US$50 million each, but would then “keep up to 66.5% of gross gaming revenue”.