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Horse Racing Finishes Second In British Sporting Attendance In '16

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 20 / 17

Racing "won back its position as the second most popular sport in Britain in terms of attendance last year with almost six million people going to a meeting and enjoying a day out," according to Mark Souster of the LONDON TIMES. The "positive news is further evidence of racing's enduring and growing...

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