Pennsylvania Racing: 2018 ‘Wishlist’ Includes Better Enforcement Of Uniform Drug Policy, Lowering Takeout

The racing industry in Pennsylvania certainly had its share of ‘good news’ and ‘bad news’ stories in 2017, from state lawmakers finally signing legislation that will guarantee the current funding level for the Race Horse Development Fund to the conviction of Penn National-based trainer Murray Rojas, who was found guilty of 14 charges of “administering medications to horses that were not permitted within 24 hours of racing.”

In her latest column for The Racing Biz, Linda Dougherty asked several people currently involved in racing and breeding in the state what their ‘wish lists’ were for 2018. The responses covered a wide range of answers, from promoting/advertising the sport better to lowering takeout on races.

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