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Memo Could Open Gaming Floodgate

January 3, 2012:

In an announcement which received relatively little fanfare given its magnitude, the United States Department of Justice announced over the holiday season via memo that it has updated its official opinion in regard to the legality of different forms of online wagering...read on

NYGA Looks To Clear Misconceptions

December 20, 2011:

In an open letter sent to the Standardbred Owners Association of New York Board of Directors and the organization's members, New York Gaming Association Executive Director Michael Wilton has discussed the topic of enhanced gaming in New York. Within the letter, Wilton has stated that he is uncertain that the NYGA's position is understood...read on

Another Guilty In Racino Winner Abduction

December 20, 2011:

It has been reported that a third man has been found guilty in the 2010 case regarding the abduction, kidnapping, assault and robbery of 58-year-old racino winner George Graham...read on

Racino Chance Tied To Hotel Situation

December 20, 2011:

An apparent last-minute move by a hotel owner in Upstate New York could very well prove to be wind in the sails of the Wilmot Corporation's hopes to get a racino in Onondaga County...read on

Gural Talks UFC, Charities, Gaming

December 12, 2011:

On behalf of Tioga Downs, operator Jeff Gural spent Sunday, December 11 handing over more than $100,000 to charities during cheque presentations. Although, Gural went on the record as saying that he is hoping his facility can soon be the one cashing in, albeit in a different form...read on

Onondaga Legislature Behind Wilmot

December 7, 2011:

On Tuesday, December 6, the Onondaga County Legislature in New York State voted 11-8 in favour of a non-binding approval for prospective racino developer Paul Wilmot to seek the state's eighth and final harness racing licence...read on

NY Gov. Wants Expanded Gaming

December 5, 2011:

On Sunday, December 4, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that he plans on pursuing the legalization of expanding gaming in the state...read on

NY Video Streaming Agreement Approved

November 29, 2011:

On Tuesday, November 29 the New York State Racing and Wagering Board formally adopted the continuation of online video streaming of thoroughbred and harness races in New York state throughout the 2012 calendar year...read on

NYGA Formed For Table Games Push

November 28, 2011:

According to a report, racetracks in the state of New York have banded together to form the New York Gaming Association. The purpose of the association is to work with state leaders to push for a constitutional amendment which would legalize table gaming at the raceways...read on

Kentuckiana Reduces Fees

November 22, 2011:

Kentuckiana Farms and VAE Stallion Management announced today (Tuesday, November 22) that they have lowered the 2012 service fees for a pair of stallions...read on

County Legislature Backs Syracuse Racino

November 21, 2011:

According to a report, on Thursday, November 17, after a public hearing in regard to the possibility of a racino coming to Cicero, New York, just north of Syracuse, Onondaga County Legislature Chairman James Rhinehart said he will support the proposal to the legislature in December...read on

NYS OTWs Want Payment Adjustment

November 14, 2011:

Citing the fact that many races are contested in the afternoons, five of the off-track wagering organizations which operate in New York State have indicated that they want an adjustment to the payments they are forced to make to NY harness tracks...read on

Broad Bahn To Winbak NY

November 10, 2011:

Winbak Farm of New York is proud to welcome Broad Bahn, winner of the 2011 Hambletonian...read on

Badlands Nitro To Winbak

November 9, 2011:

On Wednesday, November 9, John Celii and George Teague, Jr. announced that they have agreed to return Badlands Nitro p,3, 1:50f to Joe and JoAnn Thomson’s Winbak Farm of New York for the 2012 breeding season...read on

Bloomberg Supports NYC Carriage Industry

October 27, 2011:

Animal activists have been back on the offensive for a ban since a carriage horse recently collapsed and died in New York City. Coming to the defense of the carriage horse industry, Mayor Michael Bloomberg fired back and didn't leave any question as to how he feels about the subject...read on


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