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Simulcasting Issue In Maryland?

Published: May 12, 2011 2:28 pm ET

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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 thoroughbred industry.

An article on gazette.net states that officials with the Maryland Jockey Club declined to comment on the situation when contacted by the publication earlier this week.

Chris McErlean, senior vice president for racing at Penn National was quoted as saying "We can do simulcasting of non-thoroughbred racing even without an agreement."

(With files from gazette.net)

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