Ainsworth Game Technology (Ainsworth) recently completed the largest installation in its history at the new Derby City Gaming property in Louisville. Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) opened the 85,000-square-foot facility where every historical horse racing terminal at the facility has been developed and manufactured by Ainsworth.
The historical horse racing games can be played Ainsworth’s entire range of cabinets, including the A640, A600, A600 Slant Top, A560, A560SL Noir and Wide Boy. The titles and platforms have been specifically engineered for historical horse racing, certified by an independent testing lab and approved by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission.
“Ainsworth has done a tremendous job at providing innovative pari-mutuel historical horse racing products that will be enjoyed by the guests at our new facility,” said CDI CEO Bill Carstanjen. “We believe these machines will generate significant revenue for Kentucky purses and go a long way to strengthen the Commonwealth’s racing circuit.”
“This is truly a historic moment for Ainsworth and we are extremely proud our relationship with CDI,” said Ainsworth CEO Danny Gladstone. “These historical horse racing machines showcase Ainsworth’s commitment to both innovation and customer service. We are looking forward to continuing to work with CDI on a daily basis to ensure strong product performance and a great return-on-investment.”