Casino Closed Temporarily at Gulfstream Due To Water Damage

Casino Closed Temporarily at Gulfstream Due To Water Damage

09/02/2012

 

Casino Closed Temporarily at Gulfstream Due To Water Damage
 
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - The casino at Gulfstream Park was forced to close early Sunday morning, September 1 when a breach in a 13,000 gallon fish tank caused water damage.
 
Gulfstream remains open for simulcasting, Sunday Brunch Buffet and Village shopping and dining.
 
"We are currently assessing the damage and working on reopening the casinos," said Gulfstream's Director of Gaming Mike Couch. "Our staff worked quickly to rescue all the fish and limit the damage. We will communicate the reopening of our casino to our guests as soon as possible."
 
GULFSTREAM PARK is a Stronach Group company, North America’s leading Thoroughbred racetrack owner/operator. The Stronach Group racetracks include Santa Anita Park, Gulfstream Park & Casino, Golden Gate Fields, Portland Meadows, Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course, home of the world-famous Preakness. The company owns and operates the Palm Meadows Training Center in Florida, and is one of North America's top race horse breeders through its award-winning Adena Springs operation. The Stronach Group is one of the world's largest suppliers of pari-mutuel wagering systems, technologies and services. Its companies include AmTote, a global leader in wagering technology; XpressBet, an Internet and telephone account wagering service; and Monarch Content Management, which acts as a simulcast purchase and sales agent of horseracing content for numerous North American racetracks and wagering outlets.The Stronach Group is also a major producer of televised horseracing programming through its HRTV cable and satellite network and is North America's premier supplier of virtual online horseracing games, as well as a leading producer of social media content for the horseracing industry. For more information contact David Joseph at 954-457.6451 or david.joseph@gulfstreampark.com.