Charles Vickery is an independent researcher specializing in statistical, legislative and geodemographic analysis of the horse-racing, wagering and gaming industries for a broad range of government and private interests. He has testified before state legislative committees about horse racing and gaming, has served as a federal expert witness on the subjects, and has developed statistical modeling used in wagering integrity programs.

Vickery has also served as the research director of EQB Inc., a major Thoroughbred bloodstock and scientific company, and was a founding board member of the National Association of Thoroughbred Owners and the Thoroughbred Owners of Florida. He received his bachelor's degree in economics and political science from Clarkson University.

June 8, 2018

States Could Reap a Bonanza From Sports Betting — If They Play Their Cards Right

They blew it on casino gambling. Thanks to the Supreme Court, they have another chance if they work together.