Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway
|Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway|
|Address||3100 Needmore Road|
|Opening date||August 28, 2014|
|Total gaming space||186,000 sq ft (17,300 m2)|
|Owner||Penn National Gaming|
Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway, formerly Raceway Park in Toledo, Ohio, is a racino in Dayton, Ohio United States. Established in 1959 Raceway Park originally hosted car racing and thoroughbred racing. It is owned by Penn National Gaming.
Known for weekend live harness racing including Ohio Sire Stakes and Buckeye-Wolverine Pace. The Buckeye-Wolverine Pace took place every year until ending recently. The race once successfully predicted the outcome of the rival Ohio-Michigan football game with 75% accuracy.
Move to Dayton
In 2011, Governor John Kasich agreed to allow video lottery terminals at Ohio's seven racetracks. To avoid having Raceway Park compete with its own Hollywood Casino Toledo, Penn National has sought and obtained state approval to move Raceway Park to Dayton. The racetrack move was completed in the Spring of 2014.The racino opened on August 28, 2014 with 1,000 video lottery terminals.
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