Castle Hill Gaming, developer and provider of gaming and betting machines, has announced that it is proud of its Historic Horse Racing machines installed in the state of Kentucky.
Part of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association, Castle Hill Gaming has installed twenty-four Historic Horse Racing Machines at the Ellis Park Race Course.
Ellis Park Race Course is located in Henderson and is owned and operated by Ellis Entertainment. The city has a reputation for its thoroughbred horse racing events and is popular with local residents.
Arthur Wilson of Castle Hill Gaming commented on the installation:
“Castle Hill is excited to begin operations in Kentucky. We are proud of our quality fun machines that are already being enjoyed by patrons throughout the United States.”
Historic Horse Racing machines have been in existence for many years and have raised almost ninety-million in taxes in Kentucky over the last decade, a third of which has helped support the local horse racing industry in the Bluegrass State.
Over the years, Ellis Park Race Course has helped put Kentucky on the map within the sports betting industry as many punters look to wager on events each week.
The venue previously provided only live horse racing but has since expanded its capabilities to become a true entertainment and gaming property all year round.
Jeff Inman of Ellis Park Racing and Gaming said the ‘installation of Castle Hill’s HHR machines is a part of our ongoing, exciting developments’.