Three vie for state’s historic horse racing license


The state received three applications for the right to run historic horse racing machines in Sedgwick County

The Kansas State Racing and Gaming Commission revealed that casino executive Phil Ruffin, Boyd Gaming and Wichita businessman Paul Treadwell applied for the state's historic horse racing license.

The projects are proposed for these locations:

  • Ruffin's Golden Circle project would be  located at Wichita's now defunct Greyhound Park.
  • Boyd's proposed facility would be adjacent to Interstate 135 at the intersection of  North Hartman Area Drive and East Briar Rose Lane in Park City. Boyd also . . .


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