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Odds on horse track conflict to wind up in court (access required)

Anonymous investors will keep a horse racing track that abruptly ended its season in June open through the end of summer. But the long-term future of that track and two others in Arizona remains in question in the wake of a new state law intended to bust up a monopoly.

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