Tim Paul
Value, special situations, momentum, contrarian

Betting On Canterbury Park Holding

Canterbury Park Holding Company (NASDAQ:CPHC) is a small-cap stock, that conducts pari-mutuel wagering operations and hosts unbanked card games at its racetrack and card casino facility in Shakopee, Minnesota. It is a member of the Russell Microcap Index, and its fortunes are on the rise.

Canterbury Park is prospering in a similar fashion as Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery did from the skills of Sacagawea. Lewis and Clark needed horses from the Shoshone tribe, to cross over the Rocky Mountains, and Sacagawea provided a friendly link to the tribe that would deliver horses to the Corps of Discovery. These horses allowed Lewis and Clark to reach their destination of the Pacific Ocean.

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