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U.K.'s Jockey Club Announces Record-Setting Profit Increase Of 11% In 2013

04 / 18 / 14

The Jockey Club, which stages "some of British horseracing's most famous events including the Cheltenham festival and the Grand National, announced record financial results," according to Stephen Wood of REUTERS. The group, the "largest commercial operation in the sport in Britain," increased its tu...

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