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The price for NYCOTB is estimated at between $250 million and $400 million, and the bidding will no doubt attract Churchill Downs, Magna Entertainment, Greenwood Racing (Philadelphia Park and the home of The Racing Network) and even the Ontario Jockey Club.
A pair of lieutenants, former Ontario Jockey Club general manager Rick Cowan and former Toronto Argonauts president Brian Cooper, are on the scene.
Spoor will be leaving his post as Vice President of the Ontario Jockey Club (OJC) where he has been in charge of operations for Standardbred Racing for the past five years.
The Illinois network represents Autotote's fourth largest network, after the Northern and Southern California networks, which renewed their contracts in the last few months and the Ontario Jockey Club, which renewed its contract in late 1996.
His extensive responsibilities as President and CEO of the Ontario Jockey Club are such that he recognized that it would be in the Corporation's best interests to appoint a new non-executive Chairman to assist Management in building shareholder value.
He completely deceived us with his racing history," said Ontario Jockey Club steward Nelson Ham.
OTC Bulletin Board: ADCM) and The Ontario Jockey Club ("OJC") announced they have signed a joint venture agreement to create TrackPower International Incorporated ("TPI").
In addition to the OFL protest, the Breeders' Cup could have faced problems from parimutuel ticket sellers, who are locked out by the Ontario Jockey Club.