Average purse increases but with fewer runners

by Mark Simon 4 years ago

A diminishing pool of runners is a double-edged sword for those involved in racing. Racetracks need runners – lots of them – to fill daily cards and generate the handle needed to be successful. From the standpoint of a racehorse owner, however, fewer runners means less competition and a greater chance to win purse money.

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