Posts Tagged ‘Simulcast wagering’

Evolution of a Small Town Gambler

Gambling had a mystique that took place in back rooms or places your Mom wouldn’t approve. Rooms filled with smoke, profanity the second language, and if a lady was there she was tending bar or waiting on tables. Men could be found from every walk of life, and was the only place where you’d see […]

What’s Your Favorite ?

I was having a couple of beers with a good friend. – It was his birthday, but I didn’t find out until our fifth beer. I know, I know. Sometimes a few can be more than one, and less than 100. He wanted to stay and bet a few simulcast tracks, and he sure didn’t have […]

A Special Day at the Races

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 22, 2013 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | 3 Comments >>

On Saturday, my son and I went to Turfway Park for some simulcast action. He has never been much of a racing fan, and I never tried to make him one. I thought after he grew to a certain age that he may want to give it a swing. Well, I think the apple may not have […]

Odds and Ends / Kentucky Derby

The event known as “The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports” has meaning to every sports fan in the world. It doesn’t matter if you are a $2 show player, or a big punter. You get two minutes to watch, and the rest of the year to talk about what happened. That is the Kentucky Derby. If […]