‘Everything Went To Plan’: Candidate Cruises Gate To Wire To Win Dania Beach – Horse Racing News

by Press Release|01.07.2023|5:11pm Tyler Gaffalione pilots Candidate to a front-running romp in the Dania Beach Mark Grier’s Candidate remained undefeated on turf with a comfortable 1 ¾-length victory in Saturday’s $100,000 Dania Beach at Gulfstream Park, where the Arnaud Delacour-trained colt was never seriously challenged in the mile turf stakesContinue Reading

VSiN joins AGA’s Have A Game Plan responsible betting campaign on digital channels, radio and more

Sports media company VSiN announced Thursday that it has become the latest broadcaster to join the American Gaming Association’s Have A Game Plan. Bet Responsibly. public service campaign. VSiN’s General Manager Len Mead explained: “As the first sports media company dedicated to providing sports betting news and analysis, we believe thatContinue Reading

Kevin Rabichow Releases The Game Plan

November 15, 2022 Run It Once Bet, check, or fold. Just three options separate winners from losers and dictate who we see hoisting the bracelets each year at the WSOP or stacking chips in the cash games. Perhaps the simplicity of the game is what fuels the desire of anyoneContinue Reading

Organizers Of Horse Racing Women’s Summit Plan ‘Pop-Up’ Event Around Keeneland’s Breeders’ Cup – Horse Racing News

by Press Release|10.03.2022|6:37pm “Thriving Through Challenges” panel featuring Dora Delgado, Christa Marrillia, Britney Eurton (moderator), Rikki Tanenbaum, Dr. Dionne Benson The inaugural Horse Racing Women’s Summit at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., wrapped up Sept. 30 after two and a half days of networking, education, and informative panel discussions.Continue Reading

BGC Supports the Government’s Growth Plan

Britain’s Betting and Gaming Council, the single industry body for UK betting and gaming, has expressed its support for the government’s new Growth Plan. According to the union, its members will gladly back the plan. The UK Wants to Grow Its Gaming Industry On September 23, Kwasi Kwarteng, Chancellor ofContinue Reading