Dick Jerardi: Charles Town has evolved to remain hotter than ever

by Dick Jerardi 12 months ago

When Albert Boyle spent $160,000 in the middle of the Great Depression to build a racetrack in Charles Town, W.Va., that would open in December 1933 becoming America’s first winter race meet not run somewhere warm, he could not have possibly envisioned what the facility would look like 80 years later.

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