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"My Horse Needs A Job"

July 14, 2011:

On Wednesday, July 14, a large crowd of horsepeople, racetrack workers, family members and politicians congregated at Canterbury Park in an effort to get live racing at Minnesota raceways up and running once again...read on

Delaware Racinos Want Relief

June 22, 2011:

Dover Downs Hotel & Casino CEO Ed Sutor has gone on the record as saying that his track, Delaware Park and Harrington Raceway recently had to go their banks in order to pay their most recent licensing fees...read on

Cappelli Wants $12M Marketing Allowance From NY State

June 10, 2011:

According to a report, prospective racino developer Louis Cappelli has asked the New York State Legislature for a $12 million marketing allowance...read on

Attorney: Evidence Suggests Dutrow Is Good For The Sport

June 6, 2011:

Thoroughbred trainer Rick Dutrow's New York State Racing and Wagering Board hearing came to a conclusion on Friday, June 3...read on

"You Guys Know My Game, Man"

June 1, 2011:

On Tuesday, May 31, lightning rod thoroughbred trainer Rick Dutrow began his hearing in front of the New York State Racing and Wagering Board, which is considering either suspending or revoking the...read on

Christie Signs Race-Date Reduction Bill

April 11, 2011:

It has been reported that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie today signed bills which could see the number of live race dates for Freehold Raceway and Meadowlands Racetrack reduced and the ability to place advance wagers on simulcasted races expanded...read on

Committee Members Defend Indiana Subsidy

March 29, 2011:

Indiana legislators are currently working on a two-year, $28 billion budget which could see the state's subsidy to its horse racing industry cut by more than half. Many are calling for such a move, although influential legislator Luke Kenley has explained why the current structure results in a financial boon for the state...read on

Turner To MJC: 'Where's The Plan?'

March 16, 2011:

On Tuesday, March 15, Maryland State Delegate Frank S. Turner criticized Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course's owner, the Maryland Jockey Club, during a House committee meeting. His criticism was in regard to the organization asking for government money for day-to-day operations while without having a long-term plan to reverse its recent negative economic fortunes...read on

Maryland To Seize Pimlico, Laurel?

December 1, 2010:

Michael Busch, Speaker of the House in Maryland, has been cited as saying that if the Preakness is in danger of being moved out of the state, the state could seize Pimlico and Laurel Park through eminent domain...read on


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