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Judge Denies Maryland T-Bred Motion

August 26, 2010:

On Wednesday August 25, United States District Court Judge Richard D. Bennett denied the motions of the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association, the Maryland Jockey Club and related parties to reconsider his earlier ruling in an anti-trust lawsuit filed on behalf of on

Vogel To Buy Rosecroft After All?

August 19, 2010:

According to a report, developer Mark Vogel has been in negotiations to purchase Rosecroft Raceway and is expected to obtain the Maryland track before it hits the auction block in on

New Interest In Rosecroft

August 16, 2010:

It’s amazing what a difference an election can make. The upcoming gubernatorial race in Maryland has triggered new and sudden interest in the welfare of on

Official: New Rosecroft Owner Possible

August 12, 2010:

Maryland officials have gone on the record as saying that there has been positive progress surrounding the possibility that Rosecroft Raceway could be back in on

Judge 'Okays' Cloverleaf/Rosecroft Lawsuit

August 10, 2010:

Maryland District Court Judge Richard D. Bennett has ruled that standardbred racetrack Rosecroft Raceway can move forward with a lawsuit alleging that Maryland's thoroughbred industry participated in a simulcast on

Cloverleaf Suing Maryland T-Bred Industry

July 19, 2010:

Cloverleaf Enterprises, the operator of Rosecroft Raceway, is suing Maryland's thoroughbred racing industry, citing conspiracy and monopolization. The move has spurred lawmakers to consider legislation which would force the state's T-Bred tracks to send their signals on

More On Rosecroft

June 22, 2010:

An excerpt today from The Baltimore Sun discusses the closing of Rosecroft Raceway, and that “Rosecroft is closer to the glue factory than anyone else, and the (Maryland) Jockey Club and on

Ehrlich Fires Shot Over Rosecroft Closure

June 17, 2010:

In the wake of the announcement that Rosecroft Raceway will be closing July 1, former Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. has fired a shot in regard to the way the state has handled the issue of expanded gambling within its on

Rosecroft To Close July 1

June 16, 2010:

Kelley Rogers, the president of Rosecroft Raceway owner Cloverleaf Enterprises Inc., announced yesterday that the Maryland track will be closing July 1. “It is what it is and I’m sad,” Rogers said. “But there’s not a lot I can do. It just makes me sick. It really does.” on

Future Of Rosecroft Backstretch Spotlighted

May 20, 2010:

The uncertainty of the future of Maryland's Rosecroft Raceway has been well documented over the past months. Attempts to attain the right to provide expanding gaming and attempts to sell the facility have hit on

Rosecroft's License Extended

April 14, 2010:

“We live to fight another day,” Sharon Roberts, executive director of Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners Association, Rosecroft Raceway's parent company, was on

Rosecroft Referendum Shot Down

April 13, 2010:

It has been reported that state lawmakers have voted against legislation which would have paved the way for a public referendum whether to allow card game tables at Maryland's Rosecroft Raceway, which recently filed on

Rosecroft Cards To Referendum?

April 12, 2010:

According to a report, Maryland Senators today amended and passed a bill regarding expanded gaming in the state. An aspect of the bill indicates that a referendum on

Last Ditch Effort For Table Games At Rosecroft

April 10, 2010:

With the Maryland General Assembly set to adjourn its 2010 session Monday at midnight, the Senate has attached provisions that would legalize table games at Rosecroft Raceway to another on

Rockingham, Rosecroft Facing Key Bills

March 31, 2010:

Pending legislation likely to be voted on in April could determine life or death for two harness tracks seeking salvation via on

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