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Exacta Systems Welcomes Churchill Downs Incorporated To Historic Horse Racing Marketplace

June 21, 2017 – Exacta Systems today welcomed Churchill Downs Incorporated to the ranks of Historic Horse Racing providers, following a Kentucky Horse Racing Commission meeting yesterday in which CDI announced their intention to develop an HHR system and offer it at their Trackside property in Louisville.

“We welcome Churchill Downs to the HHR marketplace,” commented Exacta President Jeremy Stein.  “Churchill is a respected industry leader, and their commitment to HHR is proof positive that Historic Horse Racing will play an essential role in generating additional revenue for the horse racing industry moving forward.  We firmly believe that HHR is poised for significant growth, particularly as numerous new jurisdictions consider allowing pari-mutuel wagering on historic horse racing.  CDI’s entry into the market validates that belief.”

“Exacta prides itself as the preeminent maker of HHR systems and games,” continued Stein.  “Our team has over two decades of developing Class II and Class III games and systems, which translated into the creation of an HHR system and games that customers love to play.  Our record setting results in Kentucky and Wyoming speak for themselves.  The addition of CDI into the market will serve as extra motivation for Exacta to continue our tradition of innovation and superior product development.  We look forward to the friendly competition with Churchill, and to working with them in order to help grow historic horse racing nationwide.”

For more information about the company and the Exacta historic horse racing system, visit www.exactasystems.com or the Exacta Systems Facebook page.

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