Penn National Gaming saw its third quarter income fall 6.3% short of guidance at $41.3 million, an 11% decline compared with the third quarter of 2012.
Alec Wildenstein, co-owner of a prominent racing stable with his brother, Guy, died Feb. 18 in Paris after a long illness.
Washington Governor Christine Gregoire has signed legislation designed to keep the state's four non-profit racetracks in business after they were staggered by the three-fold increase in jockey insurance that threatened their 2006 racing seasons.
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