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NYRA says it will close June 9

The New York Racing Association notified its employees on Thursday that it will close its three racetracks beginning June 9 if the association does not receive financial assistance from the state, the association said.

The notices are required under state and federal law if a business anticipates shutting down within 60 days. NYRA announced that it had sent the notices at the same time that it is lobbying aggressively for assistance from the state because of claims by association officials that it will run out of money by the beginning of June. Read More

 

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No problem, Philadelphia Park, Delaware Park are just down the Turnpike. Oh yea, heard Monmouth is running a decent meet as well.
Indeed!
Game on!

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