Fonner Park defends historical horse racing as state turns to court to stop it

The future of horse racing in Nebraska may be decided in a courtroom as Fonner Park makes the case for a new way to wager, while the state attempts to stop them. “There's no doubt the attorney general threw a monkey wrench into things,” said Chris Kotulak, Fonner Park CEO. Doug Peterson is suing the track and the Racing Commission that authorized Fonner to install historical horse racing machines, a new way to wager on old races.

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Nebraska attorney general asks court to stop installation of historic horse racing machines

Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson has asked a district court in Lincoln to pull the plug on the installation of historical racing terminals at Grand Island’s Fonner Park racetrack, the fourth time in eight years state officials have acted to stop the gambling machines.

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