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NYRA seeing better results

2011 losses $4.4M worse than expected; ’12 take up

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The New York Racing Association is benefitting from higher than projected gambling on its races this year, but last year its net loss ended up being about $4.4 million worse than anticipated. The positive news is expected to be reflected by the ongoing Saratoga Race Coursemeet, which started on July 20 and for its first weekend was on pace to beat its handle projections. This comes as NYRA is about to transition to a government-controlled ...


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