Red Mile to add new Historical Racing machines
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Exacta Systems announced today that it has reached an agreement with the Keeneland-Red Mile Partnership to provide 300 Exacta Historic Horse Racing terminals at the Lexington, Ky.-based Red Mile harness racetrack. The Keeneland-Red Mile Partnership, which jointly operates the HHR facility at the Red Mile, will unveil the 300 new Exacta terminals this April.
"Our single focus at The Red Mile is to offer our customers a top of the line entertainment experience," commented Red Mile President Joe Costa. "The Exacta product is exceptionally well liked by players, as is shown by their record breaking handle. Exacta's library of close to seventy entertaining game titles will offer something for everyone, and the premium titles with large jackpots are sure to be a fan favorite."
"Historic Horse Racing was introduced in Kentucky for the sole purpose of helping Kentucky's horse racing and breeding industries," commented Keeneland Chief Operating Officer Vince Gabbert. "Based on Exacta's performance elsewhere in Kentucky and Wyoming, we are confident that incorporating their games on the floor at The Red Mile will allow us to grow our operation and maximize revenues, which in turn will generate significantly more money for Kentucky thoroughbred and standardbred purses and breeders incentive funds."
"We are honored that two legendary Kentucky racetracks in Keeneland and The Red Mile have chosen to utilize the Exacta HHR system and games," commented Exacta Systems Founder and Chief Executive Officer Ray Reid. "Exacta is committed to maintaining and expanding its relationship with the Keeneland-Red Mile Partnership and we look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship."