Keyword: wagers

  • American Pharoah 
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    95% of $2 Belmont Stakes Win Tickets Uncashed

    The New York Racing Association says that more than 95% of the $2 win tickets sold at Belmont Park and Aqueduct Racetrack on American Pharoah to win the Belmont Stakes presented by DraftKings (gr. I) haven't been cashed.

  • THS: Gotham Stakes

    Tom LaMarra and Pete Denk handicap the Gotham Stakes and the Santa Anita Handicap.

  • 'Big Four' Post Mixed Oregon ADW Numbers

    Even though TVG, TwinsSpires.com, and XpressBet.com enjoyed handle growth in 2008, total wagers processed by advance deposit wagering entities through hubs in Oregon decreased for the first time this decade, though the numbers are skewed by actions related to another member of the "Big Four," Youbet.com.

  • Brothers Charged in IRG Investigation

    Two brothers have been charged by the U.S. District Court in Nevada in connection with a U.S. Attorney's Office investigation that included the former offshore rebate shop International Racing Group.

  • Sci Games Seeks 'Quick-Picks' Dismissal

    Scientific Games claims the lawsuit brought against the gaming company over the recent "quick-picks" wagering situation cannot be judged in the California federal court system, and its settlement with the California Horse Racing Board was an appropriate measure to satisfy damages caused by any "alleged" defect in its betting systems.

  • Horsemen: CDI Owes Wagering Fees, Purses

    In a flurry of responses filed recently in federal court, Kentucky horsemen claim Churchill Downs Inc. owes purse funds upwards to $3 million in unpaid fees from wagering revenues, and have asked a judge to force the racetrack company to pay out funds lost from a 20% purse cut.

  • Youbet Settles Lawsuit in Virginia

    A federal lawsuit between Youbet.com and several entities associated with Virginia racing has been settled, resulting in a renewed effort by the advance deposit wagering company to become licensed in the state.

  • TVG: Handle up, revenue down in 2007.

    TVG: Wagers Up, Revenues Down

    The parent company of TVG Network reported the horse racing television channel realized a 10% increase in wagers processed for 2007, but saw overall revenues decline slightly for the year.

  • Dates Set For 2004 Derby, Oaks Future Wager

    Churchill Downs has established the dates for its wagering pools for the 2004 Kentucky Derby (KDFW) and Kentucky Oaks Future Wagers (KOFW). The Oaks wager, which is entering its second year, will be offered in three pools for the first time.