Keeneland was the first American racetrack to use Trakus technology to monitor speed, distance covered and location of horses during races.
Keeneland was the first American racetrack to use Trakus technology to monitor speed, distance covered and location of horses during races.
Keeneland was the first American racetrack to use Trakus technology to monitor speed, distance covered and location of horses during races.

Tracking technology revealing arcane truths about horse races

September 29, 2012 10:32 PM

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