Presidente Remon Racetrack, launches today the new system Horseracing with United Tote, totalization leading betting systems that integrates the Churchill Downs group.
In the first stage of the project will replace the board totally by Portland and Kentucky, plus more than 140 betting terminals installed in all agencies of the country. Where 280 people including employees, owners and employees of agencies, technology and maintenance technicians are trained to deal with this new challenge of betting.
In the second stage of this project using loyalty card contemplated by our customers to provide a better service to the betting public.
About United Tote Company, it is a leading in aggregation system, payment processing and betting world. It is also a service provider parimutuel betting for horse racing for traditional American racetracks as Aqueduct, Blemont, Churchill Downs, Keeneland and Saratoga.
The company develops, manufactures and operates systems parimutuel game for more than 150 companies in the sector and numerous betting systems points (Off Track Betting) in North America and other parts of the world.
Each component of hardware and software is designed for implementation as part of a comprehensive betting system that can bring greater convenience to the customer and optimize operating costs.
Churchill Downs Incorporated ( “CDI”) (NASDAQ: CHDN), which is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky (USA) owns and operates the famous racetracks at Churchill Downs, Kentucky Derby house and Kentucky Oaks.
It also has operations horse racing, casino and poker room in Miami Gardens (Florida – USA); horse racing, casino and video poker in New Orleans (Louisiana – USA); operation of horse racing in Arlington Heights (Illinois – USA), and casino complex in Greenville (Mississippi – USA).
CDI also owns the company online gambling, TwinSpires.com, and United Tote betting provider; Bluff Media, an Atlanta company in the area of multimedia poker content and editor; plus a number of companies in the areas of telecommunications and data providers.
may Punic or Arabs brought to Ibiza some horses, but a significant presence of horses not found until well into the twentieth century, although surprising to note that Ibiza has more than 50 place names with the word’caballo’, if Punta des cavall, Cavall sa Pesquera, Cavall d’en Borràs, Cavall des Cingle de sa Sal, Cavall des Racó Fosc, Canal des Cavallet, cas Cavallers, etc. Having a horse or a mare in a country house was a sign of economic solvency, distinction or whim. For those who lived in the city was very different view enter a carriage pulled by a matxo of trudging or watch a horse in shooting of a passing light CATRI like a parade, with a spirited and cheerful walk.
The Archduke of Austria tells us that in 1867 the island had only 13 horses, 10 in Vila and 3 in Santa Eulària, but none in the hands of peasants. And although he adds that they had not before seen horses on the island, if any.