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KAY IN CHARGE

Kay aims to keep NYRA in charge

NYRA CEO Christopher Kay speaks to a Daily Gazette reporter in his office at Saratoga Race Course on Thursday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
NYRA CEO Christopher Kay speaks to a Daily Gazette reporter in his office at Saratoga Race Course on Thursday.
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Long-term control of the Saratoga Race Course ultimately rests in the hands of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, according to new New York Racing Association CEO and President Chris Kay. Whether NYRA or some version of NYRA continues to run racing at the Aqueduct Race Track, Belmont Park and Saratoga after October 2015, when the publicly controlled NYRA board is set to dissolve, is up to the governor. In the meantime, Kay said he will be working ...

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