14 December 2007

Headlines For December 14th and NFL Picks

ORC accepts HIP recommendations.

David Tsubouchi to join Baymount's Board of Directors

Throughout an illustrious career Mr. Tsubouchi has held a variety of high profile management positions in government, business, and law, including Solicitor General of Ontario and Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations. In the latter role Mr. Tsubouchi spearheaded the introduction of slot machines to horse racetracks across the Province of Ontario which resulted in a revitalization of the industry.

Mr. Tsubouchi commented that, "Baymount has made great strides in the past few months and with the recent financing announcement related to the Quinte development, it is my pleasure to officially increase my involvement and commitment to this organization."

Vet suspended at Golden Gate Fields

The Top 10 Largest Casinos by square footage. Two are located in Quebec:

2.) Casino de MontrĂ©al (Montreal, Canada) – 526,488 square feet

The Casino de Montréal is open 24/7, 356 days a year and has a client capacity of approximately 4,000 people. It features more than 3,200 slot machines, 115 gaming tables, a keno lounge, a Royal Ascot electronic horse racing track and a high-limits gaming area and lounge.

8.) Casino du Lac-Leamy (Gatineau, Canada) – 319,105 square feet

The Casino du Lac-Leamy promotes the fact that it has "an exhilarating atmosphere" thanks to almost 2,000 slot machines and 60 gaming tables. There's also a Royal Ascot electronic horse racing track and a high-limits gaming area and lounge.

Breeders Cup Adding 3 More Races For Full Friday Card Of Big Races

Check out the Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

New Harness Racing blog by Toronto based blogger: Pull The Pocket

Richard Eng: Magna has made mistakes in the past letting good people go. Says firing Raffeto was another bad move. He makes an interesting speculation. Magna gets taken over by the Indians, and casinos go up faster than General Custer said "you guys are a pain in the neck."


I went 1 and 2 again last week, dropping my year record to 19-21-2 with time running out to at least be a game over 500.

This week I like Arizona getting 3 and a half against N'Orleans. You have to take the 22 points and go with the Jets over New England. Huge anticipated storm has dropped the over under from 50 to 42 and a half. Take the Bears getting 10 against Minny on Monday night. Chicago might even win the game outright.

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