The Horsies Go To Albany! Cuomo & Co. Reach Deal On NYRA Takeover
Those ponies are in need of some serious government red tape.
The move comes after news broke that the NYRA was shorting bettors$8.5 million
over a 15-month span
and then attempted to cover it up. NYRA President and CEO Charles Hayward was immediately fired and the state government began pulling together plans to restore "the viability and continuity of the racing industry," as the bill reads.
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