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Dog Tracks Cornered By Betting Woes, Racing Foes

July 10, 2014

MIAMI (AP) — A mural-sized photograph at Flagler Dog Track celebrates the good old days, decades gone: Men and women in their finest clothes lean against the fence to catch a glimpse of the......

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VincentVega

Jul-10-14 9:33 PM

Cheating is endemic to gambling. West Virginia is a gold mine for cheaters. Those appointed to oversee gambling lack the skill and knowledge to recognize a daytime burglary!

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dyingov

Jul-10-14 1:10 PM

Gambling is illegal except for the states that actually make it illegal! Funny/sad/not sure!

Leaglize gaming, sex and drugs while living the american dream.....

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atoddh

Jul-10-14 8:57 AM

triton: Wheeling Downs is in deep trouble for sure.

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Triton

Jul-10-14 8:18 AM

Maybe gambling is not supposed to last forever. Gov Tanningbed has always worked hard to keep his family's gambling interests in tact and make us believe that gambling, like public schools, are institutions in WV that must be coddled and protected. When WV went to casino/tracks the operators made fortunes from being the only gambling outlets in the region. But others are cashing in now and hand over fist money is finished. Not for us to prop up the gambling business no matter how much our Goomba Gov wants us to. When it comes to gambling operators in WV, they have also seen our Gov as their Cousin Earl.

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