Tag: Thistledown

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Jan2017
Overall, casino revenues in 2016 dropped nearly 2% from the previous year. Only Hollywood Columbus showed an increase ($213.5 million, up 1.5%). This was the first time that Hollywood Columbus has topped the annual casino revenue charts. JACK Cleveland, formerly Horseshoe Cleveland, experienced the largest decrease ($203.6 million, down 4.3%), but had been ... Read More

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Jun2016
Ohio’s four casinos all experienced revenue declines from a year ago while the seven racinos all had revenue increases. JACK Cleveland, which recently closed for 40 hours for their makeover, experienced the largest decline. Revenues of $16 million were down 15% from a year ago. Hollywood Columbus ($17.8 million) and Horseshoe Cincinnati ($16.2 ... Read More

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May2016
All eleven of Ohio’s gambling establishments experienced revenue gains over a year ago. Horseshoe Cincinnati experienced the greatest increase among the casinos. Revenues of $17.5 million were a 10.1% increase over last year. Hollywood Toledo was up 8.9%, with revenues of $18.2 million. Horseshoe Cleveland generated the highest revenue with $19.1 million, a 4.6% ... Read More

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Apr2016

JACK Thistledown

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Speaking of JACK, the former Thistledown racino unveiled its $70 million investment, after a one day closure, under the new JACK Entertainment brand (formerly Rock Gaming). Among the amenities: a new 1,000 space parking garage, a sports bar, a new sit-down restaurant, 235 additional VLT’s and a 20x60 ‘living wall’ that ... Read More

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Apr2016

Revenues Up in March

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Two of the four casinos and six of the seven racinos saw revenue increases over a year ago. Horseshoe Cleveland had the highest revenues among the casinos with $19.6 million. However, this was a 1% decline from a year ago. Hollywood Columbus, with revenues of $19 million, was up 4% from a ... Read More

14

Mar2016

Rock Gaming Now JACK

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Rock Gaming, which took over the Horseshoe venues from Caesars Entertainment last year, is now known as JACK Entertainment. As a result, each of its gaming venues will get new names. Thistledown became JACK Thistledown on March 9. Horseshoe Cleveland will become JACK Cleveland in May and Horseshoe Cincinnati will become JACK Cincinnati ... Read More

11

Mar2016
With the exception of Horseshoe Cleveland, all of Ohio’s casinos experienced double digit revenue gains over a year ago. Hollywood Columbus generated the highest revenue of the month, $18.8 million which was a 13.7% increase over a year ago. Horseshoe Cincinnati saw the greatest increase in revenues over a year ... Read More

28

Dec2015

November Revenues Up

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Ten of Ohio’s eleven gambling venues saw revenue increases in November over a year ago. All four casinos were up. Horseshoe Cincinnati had the biggest increase, up 4.5% to $16.5 million. Hollywood Columbus had the highest revenues of the month with $17.3 million, a 3% increase over last year. Hollywood Toledo was up ... Read More

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May2015
For only the second time since commercial gambling was legalized in Ohio, revenues from Ohio’s seven racinos ($70.5 million) exceeded those of the state’s four casinos ($69.5 million). Hard Rock racino, with revenues of $17.2 million in April, led the way with a 17.7 percent increase over last year. Scioto Downs was ... Read More

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Mar2015
Rock Ohio Ventures redeemed a 20 percent minority interest held by one of Caesars subsidiaries and now owns 100 percent of Horseshoe Cleveland, Horseshoe Cincinnati, and Thistledown racino. According to Rock Ohio's CEO, nothing changes for customers. Caesars will still manage the facilities. The properties will still be part of ... Read More