The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has ordered United Tote Company to “seed” a future exotic wagering pool with $4,445.77 after improperly calculating the state’s new penny breakage rule at two Standardbred meets in July, reports the Thoroughbred Daily News.
Errors occurred at Oak Grove on July 17-19 ($1,916.56) and at The Red Mile on July 31 ($2.529.21). The errors were not intentional, the KHRC report explains, and were due to a software defect.
That mandated pool seeding must occur at a harness track in the year 2022, with details to be approved by the KHRC.
Read more at the Thoroughbred Daily News.