At a special meeting convened yesterday, shareholders of U.S online horserace betting provider voted to approve the estimated $126.8 million merger with rival advance deposit wagering operator Churchill Downs Incorporated, in a deal which would enhance their combined presence in the U.S horseracing online wagering market.


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