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September 27, 2020

Penn National Gaming is paying us$ 37 million to buy central Ohio’s Beulah Park

Harrah's buys US horse track for us$ 43 million

(US).- Two Ohio horse tracks have been cleared for sale to gaming giants in deals that will further consolidate power on the state’s evolving gaming landscape. Las Vegas-based Harrah’s Entertainment is paying us$ 43 million to buy Thistledown, a bankrupt track in Cleveland.

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hio Racing Commission director Tom Fries Jr. says the firm is poised for a potential joint venture with Rock Ventures, the developer of planned casinos in Cleveland and Cincinnati.

Penn National Gaming is paying us$ 37 million to buy central Ohio’s Beulah Park. The Wyomissing, Pennsylvania.-based company o wns Raceway Park in Toledo and rights to casinos planned in Columbus and Toledo. Both track sales were cleared by the commission Wednesday. If voters agree in November, tracks may begin featuring slots-like video lottery terminals.

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