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Maryland sees horse-racing renaissance as casino cash pours into tracks

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With the 138th Preakness Stakes set to run on Saturday, Maryland casino revenue is keeping the state's once-flagging horse racing industry afloat the other 364 days of the year. Horse racing is a storied tradition in the Free State, dating to the colony's founding in 1633. While the industry faltered thanks to growing purses in neighboring states that legalized slot machines, experts say racing...

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