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|Address||8680 County Road 40|
|Theme||Where you can be a Winner Too!|
|Number of rooms||300|
Greyhound racing track
The 1,230-foot greyhound racing track opened over twenty-five years ago and is the home track to over 40 greyhounds.
Quincy's 777 casino
The Oasis Hotel, is a 300-room hotel which was built on the VictoryLand property, and opened on November 1, 2009. The hotel also had a fine-dining restaurant called Whitfield's Steakhouse, O's Lobby Bar, and the O Brew cafe'.
On August 12, 2010, VictoryLand closed its casino, restaurant and hotel operations.
On October 4, 2010, VictoryLand owner Milton McGregor was arrested along with 10 state senators and lobbyists after a federal probe relating to the improprieties of state gambling legislation. McGregor was charged with one count of conspiracy, six counts of bribery and 11 counts of honest services fraud. He was acquitted on all counts in March 2012. The casino floor was reopened in December 2012, over the objection of Attorney General Luther Strange, who argued that VictoryLand's electronic bingo machines were illegal slot machines.