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NYRA details payout given to executives it fired

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Getting canned by the New York Racing Association isn’t all bad, at least for some former executives. Charles Hayward, NYRA’s former president, walked away with $20,000 after he was fired in May 2012 and general counsel Patrick Kehoe was paid $140,000 after his abrupt termination, according to a settlement agreement released by the authority last week following a Freedom of Information Law request filed by The Gazette in early March. Hayward and Kehoe, who also ...

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May 13, 2014
6:55 a.m.

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Horse racing is a profitable industry. Saratoga always makes lots of money. Big profits and Big Growth at Saratoga RaceTrack equals Big Contract for the Biggest Employee.