Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Red Mile last year, Ken Upthegrove of Lexington played one of the 902 instant racing machines. Through the end of August, about $197 million had been wagered at the facility.
Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Red Mile last year, Ken Upthegrove of Lexington played one of the 902 instant racing machines. Through the end of August, about $197 million had been wagered at the facility. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader
Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Red Mile last year, Ken Upthegrove of Lexington played one of the 902 instant racing machines. Through the end of August, about $197 million had been wagered at the facility. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader

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