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Cuomo aide suggests NYRA lose track control

Governor expected to sign takeover of racing franchise

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One of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s top aides has floated the idea that control of horse-racing operations at Aqueduct, Belmont and Saratoga might not revert back to the New York Racing Association after NYRA undergoes a three-year period of state control. It is anticipated that Cuomo will sign legislation today that creates a 17-member Reorganization Board to take over at NYRA, which has come under renewed fire in the past year for its operations. That legislation ...


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