A look at the economics of breeding, selling and racing thoroughbreds, and at the various players in the racing game, from race track operators to state governments to those of us who are crazy enough to own and/or place a bet on these gorgeous, courageous equine athletes. Co-ops are very similar to galleries in look, you have a bunch of artists and/or craftpeople displaying their work. The difference is with a co-op those being displayed also run the gallery, usually there is a monthly fee, small commission rate, plus a commitment to work at the co-op for a certain amount of time per month.
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Second, the new bill explicitly preserves, in its current form, the Interstate Horseracing Act of 1978, which regulates simulcasting and gives horsemen’s organizations (except at NYRA tracks in New York) a veto power over signal distribution, forcing the tracks to negotiate with … Read more