Maryland fights Magna to keep Preakness Stakes


NEW YORK, March 27 (Reuters) - Maryland filed a legal challenge to keep the Preakness Stakes from being sold without its permission and moved to another state by horsetrack operator Magna Entertainment, , state officials said on Friday. "The Preakness Stakes is not only one of Maryland's most treasured traditions, but an economic engine for the state, employing thousands of people and creating millions in economic activity each year," said Governor Martin O'Malley in a statement. The ...

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