Japan’s $22.5 Billion Passion for Horse Racing

CNN International Japan’s $22.5 billion passion for horse racing.  This year has been the first time that the Japanese have been able to wager on foreign races, and they’ve certainly leaped at the opportunity.  In fact,  on the Arc they wagered more than the people of France!

CNN International: “This is one reason why horse racing is so popular here … The Japanese are very much enjoying placing their money on foreign races.” The profit created by betting is reinvested into racing prize funds by the Japan Racing Association (JRA), meaning … and more »  READ THE FULL ARTICLE BELOW:

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