The Florida Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association said July 26 it signed a purse agreement with Calder Casino & Race Course.
The agreement runs through Dec. 31. The two parties have been negotiating for some time.
"We ironed out the remaining details this week," Florida HBPA executive director Kent Stirling said in a release. "Our horsemen are pleased that South Florida racing will continue uninterrupted."
The Florida HBPA earlier told Calder it would pull its approval for the track to export its signal out of state if it couldn't strike a deal.