The Analytics Brief series is published by the Equine Industry Program, College of Business, University of Louisville as a part of its ongoing research program and is intended to address contemporary economic, business, and legal/regulatory topics in the broadly defined equine industry, including but not limited to, pari-mutuel horse racing, wagering, gaming, auctions, breeding, other equestrian sports, equine-related tourism, and all relevant supply chains.

Modeling the Dynamics of the Supply of Registered Thoroughbred Foals and Animal Health (3/29/2019) -

Steven S. Vickner, PhD, Associate Professor

Understanding key drivers of the Thoroughbred foal supply is fundamental to long run industry sustainability. A short supply of foals poses significant future challenges for racing executives offering a full season of healthy racecards. … Continue reading

Equine Analytics Brief 2018.3 Modeling the Determinants of Handle: Standardbred Racing at Woodbine and Mohawk (10/30/2018) -

Steven S. Vickner, PhD, Associate Professor and Steve Koch, Executive Director, Safety & Integrity Alliance, NTRA

Using data for 2,742 races over 241 race days from the 2009 Standardbred racing season at the Woodbine and Mohawk Racetracks, all sources single-leg handle (win, … Continue reading

Equine Analytics Brief 2018.2 Modeling the Determinants of Handle: An Analysis of Woodbine Thoroughbred Racing Data (10/8/2018) -

Steven S. Vickner, PhD, Associate Professor and Steve Koch, Executive Director, Safety & Integrity Alliance, NTRA

Using data for 1,515 races over 165 race days from the 2011 Thoroughbred racing season at the Woodbine Racetrack, variability in all sources handle per race … Continue reading

Equine Analytics Brief 2018.1 Ninety Days Post-PASPA: The Near-Term Financial Economic Impacts on Gaming and Casino Stocks (8/22/2018) -

Steven S. Vickner, PhD, Associate Professor

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) unconstitutional on Monday, May 14, 2018 in a 6-3 decision. In general under PASPA individuals could only bet on sporting … Continue reading

 

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