On the eve of the first ever Horse Racing Summit race in Las Vegas, Nevada, a billionaire who is backing the race and who has ties to the race’s sponsors wants to make a bet with the winner of the race.
Sheldon Adelsons Las Vegas casinos, Las Vegas-based Sands Corp. are part of the $100 million investment fund of the Las Vegas International Economic Forum (LIIF).
Adelson is also a member of the LIIF board of directors.
In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Adelson said that he and other wealthy people would like to make some bets on the race, but that he would not be participating in any of the racing itself.
“I don’t see why not,” Adelson told Breitbart News.
“There is a lot of money involved.
I would love to get involved, but it is just not something that I would participate in.”
Adelson’s bet would not directly benefit him personally, but he said that it was a good bet that would benefit the sport and promote horse racing in America.
Adelson also said that the bet was made because of the potential for a lot more horse racing.
“It is a very good bet for the sport in the future,” Adelson said.
“The only question is how long it lasts.
We know how much money it is going to take.
We are not sure, but I think it will be something that could benefit a lot.
And it will probably have a big effect on the game in the short term.”
Adelsondes bet would be on the first day of the horse race, which is being held on Sunday.
It is the first time that the world of horse racing will have a horse racing summit race, and Adelson himself is not an official participant.
He did, however, make an appearance on the show’s panel where he said he was a big fan of the show.
The event has been held annually since 2002, and this year’s edition is the second to be held in Las Angeles, California.
In a statement released Friday, the LIVF said it “is committed to continuing to invest in the sport of horse and other equine sports.”
The race will take place in a race course that includes two new horse tracks, and the stakes are $50,000 per place.
Adels’ bet would include $25,000 for first place, $20,000 to second, $10,000 each to third and fourth and $5,000 in the grand prize.
The LIIG has a track record of giving out the top prize money, which was awarded to former U.S. president and former vice president Joe Biden, in 2008.
The 2012 winner was American Samoa’s George Washington.
This year’s race will also feature four new tracks, including two new tracks on the east side of Las Vegans desert.
Adelson said he is looking forward to the start of the new track, which he described as a “great track.”
“It will be very exciting,” Adelsondes said.
The two new race tracks are part a project known as the LIFECOM project, which Adelson and his brother, Sheldon, announced last week.
It has two new track facilities, a new course, a course development center, a trainer training facility, a horse training center and an equine education center.
The new track includes a training area for the world’s first-ever live-streamed horse racing, which will be held on an artificial hill on the track and on a field of artificial grass, with an artificial turf field for spectators to enjoy.
Adlersons bets on horse racing were not the first to be announced by the LIVESTRONG foundation.
In 2014, the foundation announced plans to spend $1 million to develop the largest-ever horse racing track in the United States, with a capacity of approximately 1.8 million spectators.
AdELSONS LIVESPLONG BET The bets on Horse Racing are part in an effort by Adelsontes to promote the sport he founded, Las Vegos equestrian program, which has been the mainstay of Las Venegas equestrians for more than 50 years.
In addition to his investments in the equestrials program, Adelsone also founded a new horse racing company called The Livestock Racing Institute.
The Livostrong Foundation, which owns the Livestream platform, announced a deal with Adelson in November that included the $1.5 million investment.
Adleson is the founder and chief executive officer of The Livstream, which launched in 2014, and his bet on horse races comes just months after his Las Vegas casino company, Sands Corp, announced it had raised a $3 billion investment from other investors, including Adelson.
Adelman, who is also the chief executive of Adelson Entertainment, the company that runs