PENN NATIONAL GAMING HARNESS TRACKS TO USE TRACKMASTER AUTOMATED MORNING LINE SYSTEM
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PENN NATIONAL GAMING HARNESS TRACKS TO USE
TRACKMASTER AUTOMATED MORNING LINE SYSTEM
(Wyomissing, PA – August 19, 2014) Penn National Gaming, Inc., (PNGI) the largest operator of standardbred racetracks in North America, will institute the new Trackmaster automated morning line system at all of its harness racing facilities effective immediately.
PNGI owns and operates Hollywood Casino, Hotel and Raceway (Bangor, ME), the new Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway, Plainridge Racecourse and Rosecroft Raceway. PNGI is also joint venture partner with Greenwood Racing, Inc. at Freehold Raceway.
“This new morning line feature from Trackmaster should help bring consistency to our morning line process and also provide a reliable starting point for our wagering guests,” said Christopher McErlean, Vice President of Racing for PNGI. “With the implementation of the USTA’s on-line entry system at all of our harness tracks and the use of its automated post position draw system, the Penn Gaming harness tracks are using all the technology tools available to streamline our racing office processes and offer user friendly services to our horsemen and the wagering public,” added McErlean.
In addition, Rosecroft Raceway will institute a new simulcast graphics system with enhanced racing information and statistics generated by Trackmaster when its summer-fall meet begins September 13. “We think these informative graphic enhancements will help handicappers on-track and at all our simulcast locations,” said McErlean.
The upcoming Penn National Gaming harness meets include:
Plainridge Racecourse: In progress
Freehold Raceway: August 28
Rosecroft Raceway: September 13
Dayton Raceway: October 3
Bangor Raceway: October 6
Penn National Gaming, Inc. (PNGI) is the largest operator of pari-mutuel facilities in North America with 12 racetracks in 10 different jurisdictions featuring Standardbred, Thoroughbred, Quarter Horse and Greyhound racing. PNGI conducts over 1,100 live racing performances a year with over $1 billion in pari-mutuel wagers processed annually. PNGI also operates five off-track wagering facilities and a regional Internet/Telephone account wagering system. PNGI is also one of the largest regional gaming operators in North America with 27 facilities in 18 different jurisdictions with over 31,000 gaming machines, 800 table games and 2,900 hotel rooms.
For further information:
Christopher McErlean, Vice President – Racing
Penn National Gaming, Inc.