Wyoming's Cowboy Racing To Partner With 1/ST

Aidan Butler, President of 1/ST | Benoit

Wyoming-based Cowboy Racing will partner with 1/ST to boost racing, breeding and wagering opportunities in the state, the organizations announced in a joint statement Monday. The newly-planned Thunder Plains Park, a racing and training facility planned for Cheyenne, will welcome 1/ST as its exclusive racing operator through a planned 16 day live-racing meet.

“We are excited to expand upon our success and continued support of racing and HHR in Wyoming to lend 1/ST's industry-leading operational experience and passion to Cowboy Racing as they work to develop a new racing and breeding ecosystem in the State,” said 1/ST President Aidan Butler. “It is encouraging to work with partners who, like us, recognize that there are new opportunities for horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering.”

“As we began this journey to bring the highest standard of horse racing to Wyoming, we wanted to find an experienced partner that prioritized horse and rider safety and operational integrity,” added Thunder Plains/Cowboy Racing's Ryan Clement. “Our project at Thunder Plains and our partnership with 1/ST does just that.”

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