I wanna axe y'all two quextions: It is my opinion that dog and horse racing is on the wane. Sea World. Ringling Brothers. Expansion of tribal venues. There's a whole new vibe when it comes to this sort of thing. And here in the land of the double-wide, our legislature is besieged with the complexity of expanding gaming at these venues. I'm just guessing, but adding slots and poker to dog tracks seems to me to really be more of a lifeline to the mom-n-pop enterprises (so to speak given that they pale in comparison to the Tribal venues). Questions: 1. Are we approaching a point where casino gaming options phase out greyhound/horse racing? 2. Does the addition of other gaming options at tracks constitute subsidizing a dying industry? TIA.