Michigan Gaming Board sets deadline for Pinnacle

It appears the Michigan Gaming Control Board is taking steps to finalize Pinnacle Race Course’s status in regards to its conditional license.

The Detroit-area Thoroughbred track has been closed for live racing and simulcasting since last November. Since then, the state’s flat racing industry has been on hold, without solid plans of when, where or if racing will be held in Michigan in 2011 or beyond.

This information appeared on the Michigan HBPA website yesterday…

MGCB: The MGCB has requested Jerry Campbell Post It Stables d/b/a Pinnacle Race Course  to have all documents to meet “conditions” for 2011 license to the MGCB by 1:00pm Wednesday May 4, 2011

– Michigan HBPA

Any updates will be reported as they become available.

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3 responses to “Michigan Gaming Board sets deadline for Pinnacle

  1. Thanks for keeping us informed! It’ll be interesting to see what happens here.

  2. Wishing you all the best in getting racing approved.

  3. greg

    I really think Pinnacle is a done deal this yr. Debts are high and they may not be able to get simulcast signals due to the debt. there have been persistent rumors that equipment has been moved out. I hope I’m wrong but the season grows old and nothing is getting done. I fear it may be wait till next year.

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