Miami Valley Gaming
Miami Valley Gaming, formerly Lebanon Raceway, is a racino in Lebanon, Ohio The track conducts seasonal live racing on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday and Sunday nights. The track offers simulcasting from the harness, North America seven days a week.
After Governor John Kasich approved video lottery terminals at Ohio racetracks in 2011, a joint venture of Churchill Downs Inc. and Delaware North Companies agreed in March 2012 to buy Lebanon Raceway from the Nixon and Carlo families for $60 million, and planned to transfer its license to a new $215-million racino to be built between Cincinnati and Dayton. The purchase was completed in December 2012.
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