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Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) is a publicly traded company, originally established in 1875 as the Louisville Jockey Club and Driving Park Association. Eight years later, the racing association adopted the now famous moniker of Churchill Downs.
Churchill Downs was organized as a Kentucky corporation in 1928 and officially became known as "Churchill Downs Incorporated" in 1942. CDI remains headquartered in Louisville, Ky., where its flagship racing venue, Churchill Downs Racetrack, annually plays host to North America's premier horse race, the Grade I Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands.
CDI owns and operates racetracks in Kentucky, Florida, Illinois and Louisiana; casinos in Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana, Ohio, and Maine; off-track betting operations in Illinois and Louisiana; and the country's leading online wagering service, TwinSpires.com. Additionally, CDI owns and has interests in a variety of racing- and wagering-related data, totalisator and telecommunications companies.
Churchill Downs Incorporated is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market. CDI's ticker symbol is CHDN.
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Churchill Downs Incorporated
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