Derby card at CD

#44
better Baffert than some east coast scum
such a miserable fuck! Can you imagine walking around thru life with this cucks attitude?

lol

Never in a million years, I'd trade my life for his.

Good lord is this fuck miserable.

Can't wait till some illegal corners you in a situation you cant scream your way out of and they gang fuck your ass till it bleeds the Huntington Beach HS teams colors!
 
#45
such a miserable fuck! Can you imagine walking around thru life with this cucks attitude?

lol

Never in a million years, I'd trade my life for his.

Good lord is this fuck miserable.

Can't wait till some illegal corners you in a situation you cant scream your way out of and they gang fuck your ass till it bleeds the Huntington Beach HS teams colors!
dude, you spent 50yrs of your life stocking shelves with bread.....now spending you last years selling broken boxes to broke dicks on a gambling forum.....all that without a penny in your pocket.....one of the biggest losers on these forums of all-time
 
#48
VALUIST mentioned Medina Spirit to me in another thread.
Yes

[/QUOTE="Valuist, post: 7703730, member: 105257"]I thought Medina Spirit ran sneaky good in the SA Derby. I know Rock Your World beat him by 4 lengths but look at the trips. Medina was 3 wide on both turns while RyW saved ground throughout.

We've seen some horses beaten in the SA Derby end up turning the tables in Louisville. And that gray haired guy knows a thing or two how to prepare a horse for first Saturday in May.[/QUOTE]
 
#49
such a miserable fuck! Can you imagine walking around thru life with this cucks attitude?

lol

Never in a million years, I'd trade my life for his.

Good lord is this fuck miserable.

Can't wait till some illegal corners you in a situation you cant scream your way out of and they gang fuck your ass till it bleeds the Huntington Beach HS teams colors!
I am 100% certain your life is so miserable you would trade with Guesser.
 
#51
A friend of mine who knows nothing about horses boxed 7-8-9 in the trifecta for 2 dollars.
He goes to Santa Fe station to collect around 3400 dollars as the tri paid 848 for 50 cents.
Instead the clerk gives him 1002 dollars and tells him there is a 500-1 limit on trifectas.
Apparently there is a dispute between the Nevada racebook's and CD and the Vegas books decided to book there own action.
Talk about losing when you win .
Brutal.
 
#53
A friend of mine who knows nothing about horses boxed 7-8-9 in the trifecta for 2 dollars.
He goes to Santa Fe station to collect around 3400 dollars as the tri paid 848 for 50 cents.
Instead the clerk gives him 1002 dollars and tells him there is a 500-1 limit on trifectas.
Apparently there is a dispute between the Nevada racebook's and CD and the Vegas books decided to book there own action.
Talk about losing when you win .
Brutal.
I knew there was a issue. Is this with the LV dissemination company again that provides the signal?
 
#55
More info on the story last week from DRF.
Another example of Racing industry executives showing little regard for their customers.

Also further proof of the Nevada Gaming Commission always giving Nevada casinos whatever they ask for.
Setting an arbitrary 500-1 cap on exotics is insulting to the players.
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What's bet on Derby in Vegas, stays in Vegas
Matt Hegarty Apr 28, 2021

Churchill Downs Inc. and Nevada casinos remain dead-locked in a longstanding dispute over the company’s simulcast signals,
but race books in the state were given authorization last week to offer fixed-odds bets on this Saturday’s Kentucky Derby,
in defiance of Churchill’s demands.

Last Thursday, the Nevada Gaming Commission approved amendments to the state’s gambling rules that will allow race books
to offer bets on “nationally broadcast races,” which will include this year’s Derby. The betting rules had previously only allowed
for betting on races in which the books received information from “licensed disseminators,” a reference to bet-processing
suppliers affiliated with the national parimutuel network.

As a result of the commission’s actions, race books are currently planning to offer fixed-odds bets on the Derby and
Friday’s Kentucky Oaks, somewhat good news for the state’s handicappers. The bad news is that the fixed-odds menu
will be limited and that exotic payoffs will be capped.
The dispute between Churchill Downs Inc. and the race books goes back 18 months, after a contract between the company
and the Nevada Pari-Mutuel Association expired. Neither side has budged on its demands, and the race books have
continued to offer signals from other racing companies without Churchill’s signals on the screens.

Last year, just before the delayed Derby, the Nevada Gaming Commission approved similar amendments, but the approvals
expired after the race was run. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the amendments passed last week do not expire
until July 2023, “to enable interested parties to lobby the Nevada Legislature for changes in statutes involving the information
dissemination issue.”

Churchill objected to the decision by the gaming commission, according to the Review-Journal, with Churchill general counsel
Brad Blackwell stating in a letter that the company would “reserve all rights to pursue claims against an unauthorized user”
of its race signal under a claim that the books would be allowed to “profit unfairly off the efforts and rights of others.”
Churchill did not respond to multiple requests for comment this week on the Nevada situation.

Nevada books used to pay heavily discounted rates on simulcast signals due to the size of the market in the state.
However, that market has dwindled over the past 20 years, and racing companies like Churchill are increasingly attempting
to get the books to pay rates equivalent to other offtrack betting companies that do not have obligations to horsemen.

The books have balked, contending that their policies of offering complimentary drinks and past-performance data represent
a different business model than other bet-takers.

https://www.drf.com/news/whats-bet-derby-vegas-stays-vegas
 
#56
I understand the rules, that's the way it was for all the tracks Nevada booked prior to 1990.
The problem doing it for a race like the ky derby is you have so many recreational bettors that have no idea what any of that means. Even guys that bet all the time may not have been aware of it.
Very bad pr for the books when someone hits a big one and feels cheated.
 
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