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4/25/2011OHCasino project to break ground (Columbus Dispatch)
1/14/2011OHPinnacle: River Downs buy to close this month (Business First)
11/11/2009OHGilbert details plans for Broadway Commons casino (Business Courier)
11/4/2009OHOhio voters OK casinos (USCF)
9/15/2009OHThistledown Racetrack sold to Harrah's for $89.5 million (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
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Beulah Park

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Grove City
Local: (614) 871-9600 

Northfield Park Racetrack

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Northfield
Local: (330) 467-4101 

Raceway Park

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Toledo
Local: (419) 476-7751 

River Downs

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Cincinnati
Local: (513) 232-8000 

Scioto Downs Racetrack

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Columbus
Local: (614) 491-2515 

Thistledown

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North Randall
Local: (216) 662-8600 


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Casino gambling is illegal in The Buckeye State, but Ohio does host a number of parimutuel horse racetracks, as well as more than 200 bingo halls.


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