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Handle Growth Continues at Gulfstream

The popularity of new multi-race bets and the advantages that come from warm and dry weather have put Gulfstream Park on track for a third straight annual increase in all-sources handle and for double-digit growth in live handle.


Gulfstream’s daily average all-sources handle was $7.5 million through March 23, the 58th day of its 2011 meet, according to officials of the Hallandale Beach, Fla., track. For last year’s full 79-day meet all-sources handle averaged $6.9 million, they said.


Daily average on-track handle was $618,000 through March 23.  That handle averaged $529,000 for all of last year. 



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