A little bit of Vegas

Officials cut the ribbon to open Winner’s Circle Race, Sports, Pub, 1304 Minnich Road, New Haven, for sports betting, which became legal in Indiana on Sept. 1. From left are Alicia Mummert, senior marketing manager for Indiana Grand; Sara Tait, executive director of the Indiana Gaming Commission; New Haven Mayor Terry McDonald; State Rep. Bob Morris; State Sen. Dave Heine; Kyle Waggoner, vice president for hospitality for Indiana Grand; Trent McIntosh, senior vice president of Harrah's; Adam Kallick of Caesars Entertainment. Winner's Circle and Indiana Grand are part of Caesars Entertainment, which planned to open seven locations around the state including New Haven and the Harrah’s Hoosier Park in Anderson.

New Haven Mayor Terry McDonald, state Rep. Bob Morris and other officials cut the ribbon at 10:45 a.m. Sept. 20 to officially open Winner’s Circle Race, Sports, Pub, 1304 Minnich Road, for sports betting. 

Since a change in Indiana law that went into effect Sept. 1, patrons now are able to make wagers on a variety of sports, including football, baseball, basketball, soccer, boxing and even next summer’s Olympic Games.

Winner's Circle and Indiana Grand are part of Caesars Entertainment, which planned to open seven locations around the state including New Haven and the Harrah’s Hoosier Park in Anderson.

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