Miami Valley Gaming

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Miami Valley Gaming
Location Lebanon, Ohio
Address 6000 St Rt 63
Opening date December 12, 2013
Total gaming space 186,000 sq ft (17,300 m2)
Casino type Racino
Owner Delaware North Companies
Churchill Downs Inc.
Miami Valley Gaming and Racing LLC
Coordinates Coordinates: 39°26′36″N 84°19′11″W / 39.443335°N 84.319725°W / 39.443335; -84.319725

Miami Valley Gaming, formerly Lebanon Raceway, is a racino in Lebanon, Ohio The track conducts seasonal live racing on Friday and Saturday nights as well as Sunday, Monday and Tuesday afternoons. The track offers simulcasting from harness, North America seven days a week.

After Governor John Kasich approved video lottery terminals at Ohio racetracks in 2011,[1] a joint venture of Churchill Downs Inc. and Delaware North Companies agreed in March 2012 to buy Lebanon Raceway from the Nixon and Carlo families for $60 million,[2] and planned to transfer its license to a new $215-million racino to be built between Cincinnati and Dayton.[3] The purchase was completed in December 2012.[3]


  1. ^ Marc Kovac (October 18, 2011). "Video lottery terminals on a fast track". Youngstown Vindicator. Retrieved 2012-12-30. 
  2. ^ "Churchill Downs joins with Delaware North to buy Lebanon Raceway". Thoroughbred Times. March 2, 2012. Retrieved 2012-12-30. 
  3. ^ a b "Churchill Downs, partner complete purchase of licenses and assets for planned Ohio racino". Business First. Louisville, KY. December 21, 2012. Retrieved 2012-12-30. 

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