2017 November U.S. Handle Rises 6.39% Due to New Tax Rules

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New tax rules regarding withholding and the reporting of pari-mutuel wagers have driven total U.S. wagering above $890.8 million for November. The average handle per race day is up 9.7% for the month compared with a year ago, according to Equibase.

Source: November U.S. Handle Up 6.39% Due to New Tax Rules

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