Kentucky lawmakers predict ‘calamity’ for horse industry if legislature does not legalize historical racing

Isn’t historical racing a beatable game? Here’s the wiki description of it:

“Gameplay begins when a player deposits his wager, and a race is randomly selected from a video library of over 60,000 previous races. Identifying information such as the location and date of the race, and the names of the horses and jockeys, is not shown. The player is able to view “Skill Graph” charts from the Daily Racing Form, showing information such as the jockeys’ and trainers’ winning percentages. Based on this handicapping information, the player picks the projected order of finish.”

If one had a database of the handicapping information from the daily racing form, wouldn’t it be a fairly simple task to quickly identify the race and its results, and wager based on the historical result?

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