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CHRB Grants Waivers to MI Developments

CHRB Grants Waivers to MI Developments

MI Developments received two waivers from the California Horse Racing Board Nov. 9 allowing it to move forward with the operation of Santa Anita Park and Golden Gate Fields and complete its new dirt track at Santa Anita.

TrackNet, East Coast Tracks Still in Dispute

TrackNet, East Coast Tracks Still in Dispute

One of the country's top advanced deposit wagering providers and a group representing 17 MidAtlantic racetracks remain at odds over terms of a new contract, leading to disruption of simulcast wagering at the tracks.

Philly Phonebet Faces TrackNet Cut-Off

Customers of Philadelphia Park's advance deposit wagering system may not have access to Pimlico Race Course signals when the Maryland track opens its live meet April 18 as the result of an ongoing dispute with TrackNet Media Group, the head of the content company has confirmed.

ADW Standoff Ends in Maryland

An agreement has been reached to allow wagering on Maryland Jockey Club racing by three leading advance deposit wagering companies, ending a standoff with horsemen that threatened to shut off related signals.

TrackNet Signal Cut-Off Looms in Nevada

TrackNet Signal Cut-Off Looms in Nevada

Despite comments from TrackNet Media Group that negotiations are "going backwards" over issues involving racing signals to Nevada racebooks, the player on the other side of the table offered guarded hope matters can be resolved before a Jan. 25 cut-off deadline.

TrackNet Poised to Cut Off Nevada

TrackNet Poised to Cut Off Nevada

TrackNet Media Group is poised to cut off its signals to more than 80 Nevada casinos Jan. 7 unless a new agreement is met for what the content company feels are more equitable fees.

CHRB Pushes for Action in ADW Standoff

CHRB Pushes for Action in ADW Standoff

In a high-stakes "game of chicken," the California Horse Racing Board pushed account wagering a little closer to the edge Nov. 18 when it declined to renew the licenses of the state's four Internet and telephone bet companies.

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