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Saratoga panel ponders NYRA’s future

Moderator notes that privatization might not be legal

Crowds gather along the rail on Whitney Day at Saratoga Race Course on Aug. 2.
Crowds gather along the rail on Whitney Day at Saratoga Race Course on Aug. 2.
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With about four months remaining before a report from the New York Racing Association’s reorganization board is due, the future of the not-for-profit overseer of the state’s three thoroughbred tracks remains unclear at best. Chris Wittstruck, an attorney who moderated a panel discussion on NYRA’s future at the Saratoga Institute on Racing and Gaming Law Conference, noted a prevailing rumor that the board will opt to bid out the franchise to a private company might ...


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