Horse racing resumes at West Virginia track

CHARLES TOWN (AP) — Live horse racing is back on without the fans at a West Virginia track a few days after the facility was shut down due to the new coronavirus.

Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races announced Thursday that horse racing would resume Friday night, The Journal reported.

But the track’s grandstands, grounds and casino remain closed to the public, which can watch the eight-race card online or through the track’s simulcast partners.


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