In Pennsylvania, racetracks are pinning their survival on more slot machines. In Vancouver, two tracks may merge into one to cut costs. A racing stalwart thinks the industry should be wooing poker players. And in the UK, Racing For Change is going with free track admittance. Will any of these solutions arrest racing’s decline, or has the sport of kings become as anachronistic as the concept of monarchy itself? Read more.
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