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Talks Underway to Replace Hollywood Park

Like dealing with a bad tooth, California racing representatives are coming to terms with the fact that Betfair Hollywood Park will eventually have to be replaced.

In the absence of a commitment from Hollywood's owner, the California Horse Racing Board, the Thoroughbred Owners of California announced it was holding "top level discussions" that could lead to a new training and racing location. Development plans for the 238-acre site remain stalled while the track's owner awaits a more favorable economic climate.

As far as track president Jack Liebau is concerned, pursuing a post-Hollywood Park plan is something that already should have been tackled.

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