Churchill Downs Inc. and Daily Racing Form are at odds over the publishing company’s launch of an advance deposit wagering system powered by XpressBet.com, which is owned by CDI rival MI Developments.
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At the time of the interview Koenig Loignon confirmed CDI, which spends about $2.5 million a year with DRF, has reduced but not pulled its advertising. She couldn’t be immediately reached March 5 to address ongoing rumors that the situation has worsened, and that DRF may not be sold onsite at CDI properties.
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