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The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has granted a license for a new facility that will feature quarter-mile races.


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The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has licensed a new facility with plans to offer quarter horse racing in the state.

Revolutionary Racing will be built in Ashland, Kentucky and will feature an American quarter horse “sprint” track and a historic horse racing facility, Gov. Andy Beshear’s administration said Tuesday.

Historic racing machines allow people to bet on randomly generated past horse races. The games often show condensed horse racing videos.

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The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission licensed Revolutionary Racing to offer quarter-mile racing.

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission licensed Revolutionary Racing to offer quarter-mile racing.

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Revolutionary Racing obtained the last available racing license in Kentucky, according to state officials. The project invests $55 million and creates 200 jobs, Beshear said.

The request included a request to build a quarter horse racing track in Boyd County. The first phase includes construction of the speedway, historic horse racing facility, paddock with offices and walking track, two racing stables with 88 stalls each, a test barn and parking.

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The construction project is expected to be completed in 2024.



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