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Assiniboia Granted Licence, Will Race

February 27, 2014:

It has been reported that live racing will continue at Assiniboia Downs in Manitoba in 2014....read on

MJC Withdraws Court Challenge

February 25, 2014:

It has been reported that the Manitoba Jockey Club has decided to not pursue a court challenge in regard to the future of Assiniboia Downs’ wagering licence....read on

$350M Lawsuit Filed Over Assiniboia

May 24, 2013:

It has been reported that the Manitoba Jockey Club, operators of Assiniboia Downs, have filed a $350 million lawsuit against the provincial government, the Red River Exhibition and Manitoba Finance Minister Stan Struthers. The MJC is also reportedly filing a $15 million suit against the Red River Exhibition Association and its CEO, Garth Rogerson....read on

Legal Ruling On Manitoba / MJC Issue

May 7, 2013:

On Monday, May 7, the Manitoba Court of Queen's Bench which heard the legal spat between the Manitoba Jockey Club and the Province of Manitoba issued its decision on the matter. The MJC and the province have each claimed victory since the ruling....read on

Court Action Initiated Over Assiniboia

April 1, 2013:

According to a report, the Manitoba Jockey Club has accused the provincial government of working in conjunction with Red River Exhibition Inc. to bankrupt the club in order to see Assiniboia Downs ultimately turned over to Red River....read on

Ten-Year Date Deal For MD T-Breds?

November 27, 2012:

According to reports, thoroughbred horsemen in Maryland could be on the cusp of securing a 10-year race date pact with the raceway in the state....read on

Another Twist In Maryland

October 31, 2011:

Earlier this year, the Maryland Jockey Club agreed to a legislative plan to allow Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course to pay operating expenses from slot machine proceeds which had been earmarked for building upgrades...read on

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

Negotiations, Hearings In Maryland

July 4, 2011:

Penn National Gaming has applied to bring live racing back to Maryland's Rosecroft Raceway. A hearing in regard to the matter is reportedly scheduled to take place this week, but the contentious simulcasting issue in the state has to be dealt with before any live action at the track goes forward...read on

Penn National Gaming Enters Agreement To Divest Maryland Jockey Club Interest

June 16, 2011:

On Thursday, June 16, Penn National Gaming, Inc. announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its joint venture interest in the Maryland Jockey Club...read on

Simulcasting Issue In Maryland?

May 12, 2011:

It has been reported that Penn National Gaming, the company which earned the right to operate Rosecroft Raceway, has made a proposal to the state thoroughbred industry to evenly split all net simulcasting revenue produced at Rosecroft on any thoroughbred simulcast racing from out of state. There has yet to be a response from the...read on

Maryland Subsidy Bill Passes, With Strings

April 12, 2011:

Late on Monday, April 11, legislators in Maryland gave the green light for millions in state capital to be directed to racetracks...read on

No Simo Deal Means No Govt Money

April 11, 2011:

It has been reported that before the state of Maryland hands over millions of dollars to racetracks to cover day-to-day operating costs, Pimlico Race Course, Laurel Park and Rosecroft Raceway must have a...read on

Pimlico, Laurel Lost Combined $20M In 2010

April 4, 2011:

On Friday, April 1, state regulators in Maryland released Pimlico Race Course and Laurel Park's combined loses in 2010, and the numbers were not pretty whatsoever...read on

Maryland Racing Wants Three-Year Subsidy

March 17, 2011:

According to a report, on Wednesday, March 16, Maryland horse racing officials said that in order to have the state's racetracks come up with a long-term plan they will need a government subsidy for three years...read on


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