This collection includes faculty and staff scholarship from the Equine Industry Program in the College of Business. For more information about what types of scholarship may be included, please see our Collection Policy.
Submissions from 2023
Submissions from 2022
Gambling Opinions and Participation in Kentucky versus the Other 49 States, Thomas E. Lambert
The Economic Impact of Buying and Redeveloping Ellis Park by Churchill Downs, Thomas E. Lambert
The Economic Impact of the Red Mile on the Lexington Metro Area, Thomas E. Lambert
Submissions from 2021
An Evaluation of Churchill Downs’ Tax Increment Financing District, Thomas E. Lambert
Byzantine Economic Growth: Did Climate Change Play a Role?, Thomas E. Lambert
Derby City Gaming Expansion: Its Impact on the Louisville Metro Area, Thomas E. Lambert
Did Covid Benefit or Harm Horse Racing Wagering? A Comparison of Trends, Thomas E. Lambert
US Gambling Stagnation: Will New Gambling Forms Make a Difference?, Thomas E. Lambert
Submissions from 2020
On the Economics of the Jockey Club’s 140 Mare Limit Proposal, Robert L. Losey Ph.D.
Incremental Changes in Inbreeding When Comparing Stallion Pedigrees from the Years 2000 and 2020, Robert L. Losey Ph.D. and Thomas E. Lambert 1959-
Pricing Stallion Seasons for an Individual Stallion: The Existence of Top Tier Pricing and Market Power, Robert L. Losey Ph.D. and Thomas E. Lambert 1959-
Submissions from 2019
Modeling the Dynamics of the Supply of Registered Thoroughbred Foals and Animal Health, Steven S. Vickner Ph.D.
Modeling the Determinants of Equestrian Sport Medal Shares in the Olympic Games, Steven S. Vickner Ph.D. and David Hess MSBA
Submissions from 2018
Ninety Days Post-PASPA: The Near-Term Financial Economic Impacts on Gaming and Casino Stocks, Steven S. Vickner Ph.D.
Modeling the Determinants of Handle: An Analysis of Woodbine Thoroughbred Racing Data, Steven S. Vickner Ph.D. and National Thoroughbred Racing Association
Modeling the Determinants of Handle: Standardbred Racing at Woodbine and Mohawk, Steven S. Vickner Ph.D. and National Thoroughbred Racing Association