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"The 5-year-old son of Tiznow had to overcome a jockey's objection and inquiry involving an incident at the start of the race and a bad step in the middle of the turn to gain his fifth career victory by a length and a quarter over A Lot. [...] a stewards' inquiry into the start and an objection lodged by A Lot's jockey, Javier Castellano, resulted in no change in the order of finish. King Kreesa made an alert break from the gate to assume the early lead as Tourist sat a couple lengths behind in second. Tourist poked a head in front of King Kreesa at the six-furlong mark, after which that rival dropped back to finish fourth.", www.timesunion.com
"Though locally based politicians would prefer Gov. Andrew Cuomo leave the current franchise agreement in place with the New York Racing Association as part of any reprivatization bill, there is reason to believe that a future deal could include some sort of cap on the revenue NYRA receives from the video-lottery terminals in place at Aqueduct.", www.drf.com
"The day before Saratoga's annual thoroughbred racing meet begins, Chris Kay, the embattled CEO of the New York Racing Association's special government-appointed reorganization board, had some good news for local business operators. [...] he had a bit of a reality check as well. The not-so-good news, or reality check, was Kay's prediction that much of the video lottery terminal betting revenues that support track operations are already spoken for, since they will have to fund ever-increasing pension and retiree health care costs. Talk about the money, specifically the 3 percent of Aqueduct video lottery revenues dedicated to track operations, is at the heart of the underlying conflict between Chamber members, many of whom also belong to a group pushing for re-privatization, and the Cuomo Administration.", www.timesunion.com
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