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Ways to watch the 2019 Breeders Cup Sticky

NBC Sports & TVG, Youtube & Facebook, Mobile Ap, and BreedersCup.com. Visit https://www.breederscup.com/races/watch for all the details. Breeders Cup Championship Saturday begins at 3:00 PM EDT on Saturday, November 2nd 2019.

Strong Attendance And Community Events Highlight Keeneland Fall Meet Sticky

Bolstered by strong community support and highlighted by championship-caliber racing, idyllic fall weather and special events aimed at benefiting the Central Kentucky region, Keeneland closed its 2019 Fall Meet today with significant increases in on-track attendance and record all-sources wagering.  “We remain humbled by the depth of support from our fans, our horsemen and our sponsors,” Keeneland President and CEO Bill Thomason said.

Casino, horse racing reps pitch gambling to Georgia House panel Sticky

Georgia has yet to expand legal gambling beyond the lottery, but that isn’t stopping a three-day parade of representatives from the world’s gaming industry from pitching their businesses to state lawmakers.
 

Korean firm, Charmvit, invests $420 million to build horse-racing track in Hanoi Sticky

Chairman of Hanoi People's Committee Nguyen Duc Chung on October 14 granted the investment certificate for Charmvit chairman Lee Dae Bong to build a multi-functional entertainment complex - horse racing track in Tan Minh and Phu Linh commune, Soc Son district.
 
The licensing follows Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s permission to add the project into the Hanoi socio-economic development master plan by 2020, with a vision to 2030.

Australia's Vow and Declare wins the Lexus Melbourne Cup

It was an Australian win in the 159th Lexus Melbourne Cup as Vow and Declare delivered a thrilling finish to the $8 million ‘race that stops a nation’ ™ at Flemington Racecourse this week. The 4-year-old gelding held off Master of Reality and Prince of Arran to secure Flemington trainer Danny O’Brien and champion jockey Craig Williams their first wins in Australia’s greatest race.
 
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