The electronic gambling parlor at the Red Mile has 902 historical horse racing machines originally from RaceTech. Last summer, RaceTech was bought by the Stronach Group’s PariMax. On Tuesday, the racing commission approved 180 Witches Wheel and Sevens and Roses games from PariMax.
The electronic gambling parlor at the Red Mile has 902 historical horse racing machines originally from RaceTech. Last summer, RaceTech was bought by the Stronach Group’s PariMax. On Tuesday, the racing commission approved 180 Witches Wheel and Sevens and Roses games from PariMax. Herald-Leader file photo
The electronic gambling parlor at the Red Mile has 902 historical horse racing machines originally from RaceTech. Last summer, RaceTech was bought by the Stronach Group’s PariMax. On Tuesday, the racing commission approved 180 Witches Wheel and Sevens and Roses games from PariMax. Herald-Leader file photo

‘Witches Wheel,’ ‘Sevens and Roses’ games approved for Keeneland/Red Mile

November 22, 2016 03:46 PM

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