Telephone wagering will end for Arizona residents starting Jan. 9, Turf Paradise in Phoenix has announced. Bettors were already forbidden from using the mobile apps or computers to wager in the state, which is allowed in most other large racing jurisdictions.view
Track Phantom | As we turn the page to 2018, it is a good time to recalibrate horse racing wagering strategies. The goal for the new year should be to practice discipline and finish the year in the black. The five key principles to winning:view
Lindo Report | Santa Anita saw full fields opening day. A total of 86 horses ran on the nine race card for an average of just under 10 horses per race. Jockey Mike Smith won another Grade-I race aboard Unique Bella in the La Brea Stakes.view
Across the Board | As we start a New Year, horse racing fans are likely to turn their attention toward two things – one relatively new, the other more than a hundred years old.view
Tim Ritvo, Santa Anita Park CEO, says the track will move as quickly as possible to fix an issue involving the posting of inaccurate multi-race "will-pays” after a late scratch in the last race Tuesday, caused significant confusion for bettors.view
Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore will offer 15 stakes worth $3.7 million in purses during its spring meet. The meet opens on Thursday, May 10 and is highlighted by the 143rd running of the Preakness Stakes (G1) on May 19, the Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown.
The U.S. hotel industry should continue to enjoy gains on both the top and the bottom line. The report notes that consumer spending grew 3.8 percent in the fourth quarter after a 2.2 percent boost in the third.
A possible South Dakota constitutional amendment on the November ballot that might have allowed voters to decide the fate of a proposed casino complex in Yankton has been voted down by a branch of the State Legislature.
On a night when the U.S. Olympic men's curling team captured gold in South Korea, the Knights capped a 7-game home stand by "sweeping" past Vancouver, 6-3, Friday at T-Mobile Arena.
William Hill Chief Executive Philip Bowcock says the company is readying a war chest to invest into marketing in the U.S. should the Supreme Court end the ban on sports betting.