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To: Julius Wong who wrote (16)4/28/2003 11:41:43 PM
From: 249443
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KY Today:

Empire Maker is dropping to even money.
Late money coming in on Ten Most Wanted.

drf.com and brisbet.com have some
good articles.

Peace Rules +800
Empire Maker EV
Kafwain +1400
Atswhatimtalknbout +800
Ten Most Wanted +500
Indian Express +1000
Funny Cide +1600
Offlee Wild +2000
Buddy Gill +800
Brancusi +1600
Sir Cherokee +1600
Outta Here +4000
Supah Blitz +5000
Scrimshaw +2000

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To: 249443 who started this subject4/29/2003 11:04:44 PM
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He's bruised, but still a go
By JAY PRIVMAN

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Empire Maker is suffering from a bruise to his right front foot that needed attention Tuesday morning from both a veterinarian and a farrier, but trainer Bobby Frankel believed the injury would not prevent Empire Maker from running in the 129th Kentucky Derby on Saturday at Churchill Downs.

Still, the timing is not ideal. Foot bruises can clear up quickly, but can prove problematic if they linger or develop into something more serious. That is why Frankel and his staff jumped on the problem Tuesday after Empire Maker jogged one mile around the track.

"We're not panicking," said Frankel, whose mood lightened from concern to playful as the morning wore on. "Things like this happen every day. It just gets more attention because it's the Derby. Tomorrow, he'll be perfect. Put it this way - if he's not right, he's not going to run."

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To: 249443 who started this subject5/3/2003 2:59:35 PM
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$ coming in on Scrimshaw -- this morning/afternoon. Offshore books taking quite a bit of cash. Interesting.

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To: 249443 who started this subject5/10/2003 4:12:15 PM
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Kentucky Derby Fix?

Photos of Jose Santos @ Miami Herald.

miami.com
drf.com

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From: JakeStraw11/13/2018 4:07:51 PM
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Churchill Downs Incorporated Announces Annual Dividend Increase, 3-for-1 Stock Split, and $300 Million Share Repurchase Program
churchilldownsincorporated.com

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From: JakeStraw1/11/2019 11:21:30 AM
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Churchill Downs was upgraded by analysts at Jefferies Financial Group Inc from a "hold" rating to a "buy" rating. They now have a $306.00 price target on the stock.

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From: JakeStraw2/28/2019 11:21:15 AM
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Churchill Downs Incorporated Reports 2018 Fourth Quarter and Full Year Results
finance.yahoo.com

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From: JakeStraw3/20/2019 1:22:47 PM
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Edited Transcript of CHDN earnings conference call or presentation
finance.yahoo.com

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From: JakeStraw5/1/2019 9:42:44 AM
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Churchill Downs Incorporated Reports 2019 First Quarter Results
finance.yahoo.com

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From: JakeStraw5/1/2019 9:47:26 AM
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Churchill Downs' new Kentucky racetrack will cost $50 million more than planned
bizjournals.com
Churchill Downs inc. said Thursday that it has increased its costs to construct a new standardbred horse racing track, gaming facility and hotel in Oak Grove, Ky., by $50 million.

CEO Bill Carstanjen said during the company’s first-quarter earnings call that the project, Oak Grove Racing & Gaming, is now expected to cost $200 million because of higher-than-expected construction costs and additional modifications he said will support expected customer demand.
Carstanjen said the company is intrigued by entering a market so close to Nashville and believes the project will be successful based on its market research.

“We feel this increase in investment will exceed our return requirements,” he said.

In addition to the Oak Grove racetrack and gaming venue, plans call for a 128-room hotel; a 1,200-person grandstand and event venue for indoor events; an outdoor amphitheater and stage; and an equestrian center with indoor and outdoor arenas.

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