$200M purse from horse racing in Jefferson County
A recent study completed by the West Virginia University College of Business and Economics argues that expanding horse racing would have a positive impact on Jefferson County’s economy. The study concluded thoroughbred racing contributed $191 million to the county in 2010.
CHARLES TOWN — The chief of the area’s horsemens’ association says a new study demonstrates horse racing provides a significant impact to Jefferson County’s economy.
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