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Wagering Declines at Lone Star

In spite a slight gain in average daily attendance, on-track wagering and overall handle declined during the 60-day meet at Lone Star Park that concluded July 18.


According to a release from the Grand Prairie, Texas, track, attendance totaled 417,096 for a daily average of 6,952. Lone Star averaged 6,883 for the 65-day meet in 2009.

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Put a track in the Bible belt along with mediocre horses and this is a surprise?

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