Is Horse Racing Dead … in Texas? Lone Star Park Reports 10.5% Rise in All-Source Handle

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The Grand Prairie, Texas, track ended its 50-day Thoroughbred meet July 30. Average daily on-track handle increased 4.9%.

Source: Lone Star Park Reports 10.5% Rise in All-Source Handle

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