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Arbitration Needed For Simo Dispute

October 3, 2011:

According to a report, arbitration is going to be needed to settle the ongoing thoroughbred simulcasting dispute between the Maryland Jockey Club and Penn National...read on

On The New Jersey Front

September 6, 2011:

Three different news stories from the New Jersey horse racing industry reared their figurative heads over the course of the long weekend. One involves Freehold Raceway, while the others are in regard to a legal challenge and a lease dispute on the thoroughbred side of things...read on

Racing Board Roughed Up

January 26, 2010:

Two Illinois state legislators, unhappy with the treatment they received from the Illinois Racing Board, said yesterday there is some confusion among racing board members about who has authority over...read on

Tom Selleck Wins Horse Dispute In Court

September 8, 2009:

According to an article by the BBC, a California jury has found that former Magnum PI star Tom Selleck was "duped" into buying a lame horse, and has thus been awarded more than $187,000....read on

New York Simulcasting Dispute Heats Up

July 24, 2009:

According to Harness Tracks of America's Daily Newsletter, the dispute between the New York Racing Association and Nassau Regional OTB, over Nassau streaming of NYRA races without permission starting...read on

80 Racebooks On Their Own

January 30, 2009:

With signals from Gulfstream, Santa Anita, Laurel Park, Oaklawn Park and Golden Gate Fields cut off by Churchill Downs’ and Magna Entertainment’s TrackNet Media Group, the 80 or so members of the...read on


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