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NYRA turns it around

New leadership gets positive marks

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Mending the New York State Racing Association's public woes seemed a herculean task in the days leading up the 143th meet at the Saratoga Race Course in 2013. The private, not-for-profit corporation awarded a 25-year contract to operate the state's three thoroughbred tracks in 2008 continued to struggle with debt and seemed perpetually under fire with allegations of mismanagement. Moreover, NYRA was suffering an image crisis — unable to escape more than a decade of ...

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