Articles posted August 23, 2001

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Canterbury Reports Quarterly Profit

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Canterbury Park Holding Corporation announced results for the second quarter and six months ending June 30, 2001. For the quarter, the company reported revenues of $10,694,550 and operating expenses of $10,469,156, resulting in income from operations of $225,394.

Mozart Scores in Nunthorpe

Michael Tabor and Mrs. Susan Magnier's Mozart came from just off the pace to score a two-length victory in the five-furlong Victor Chandler Nunthorpe Stakes (Eng-I) on Thursday at the York meeting in Britain.

Maryland Industry Told to Get Act Together

Horse racing in Maryland is in dire straits and desperate need of help in the form of slot machines, a new racetrack, or millions of dollars in state assistance, industry leaders said Aug. 21 during a Senate Special Committee on Gaming hearing in Annapolis, Md. In turn, legislators told them the ball is in the industry's court.

Paulson Trust Removes Horses From Bray's Barn

The Allen E. Paulson Living Trust said Wednesday all horses trained by Simon Bray have been moved to the barn of Laura de Seroux and other trainers. Just four days before, Bray saddled Startac to an upset victory in the grade I Secretariat Stakes on the turf at Arlington Park.

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