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Exacta Powers HHR at Derby City Downtown

Exacta Powers HHR at Derby City Downtown

Exacta Systems continues its steady growth in historical horse racing (HHR) with a system installation at Derby City Gaming Downtown in Louisville, Kentucky.

The new 43,000-square-foot gaming entertainment venue is owned and operated by Churchill Downs Incorporated, and will feature top titles from Everi, AGS, Incredible Technologies and Bluberi, all powered by the Exacta Connect system.

“Exacta Systems is excited and proud to be launching our system in a Kentucky-based Churchill Downs Incorporated property,” said Jeff Clifford, vice president of sales and revenue for Exacta Systems. “Alongside our new partners, we will continue to expand the HHR footprint while also maintaining the highest level of customer support that we’re so well known for.”

“This is certainly an exciting time for our entire team, and we couldn’t be happier than to have a partner like Exacta alongside us,” said Garth Williams, general manager for Derby City Downtown. “Exacta’s customer service, reliability and ability to deliver a diversity of game titles from top manufacturers all under one system make them a partner for success.”

Churchill Downs acquired Exacta in December 2022 for $250 million.

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