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CDI's Evans Spars With State Senate President Over Horse Racing
Published July 9, 2009
|CDI Exec Says Kentucky's Thoroughbred Industry
Is Dying, Alludes To Failure Of Lottery Bill
STOP & SMELL THE ROSES: The AP's Will Graves noted a dozen states, including Indiana, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, "already have expanded gaming at their tracks," which gives those states "another revenue stream to fatten purses and lure horsemen away from non-gaming states like Kentucky." But the Kentucky Derby "appears to be safe," despite Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo claiming that there is a "chance another race could replace" the Derby as the first race in the Triple Crown (AP, 7/8).