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NORTH DAKOTA HORSE PARK

Chippewa Downs and the North Dakota Horse Park will consider swapping season months after officials from both parks agreed the timing would be better for them.
The Forum's Wendy Reuer talks fashion, betting and more.
Horse Race North Dakota has hired an outside general manager to operate horse racing at the Fargo facility.
In July, The Forum requested the opinion of Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem after it asked Horse Race North Dakota to receive notices of meetings.

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The tracks will likely decide exactly how many days and when they will hold races after the commission approves funding at its February meeting.
FARGO — The North Dakota Racing Commission held a meeting Thursday afternoon, June 6, and approved a July horse racing schedule for the North Dakota Horse Park in Fargo, reviving the horse park's license after revoking it last week.
FARGO — The North Dakota Horse Park in Fargo recently asked the North Dakota Racing Commission for permission to shorten the park's live racing season in July.
FARGO — The manager of the North Dakota Horse Park in Fargo has been dismissed from his job after making a disparaging online post.
BISMARCK — Legislation pending in the North Dakota Senate allowing wagers on past horse races could help pay down hefty special assessments that bill backers say threaten the Fargo track’s future.
FARGO -- As horse trainers go, Sharlene Reuer might be in a league of her own. The rural Jamestown woman is one of just a handful of women trainers preparing for the opening weekend of racing at the North Dakota Horse Park here Saturday and Sunda...

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FARGO -- The return of Friday night horse racing at the North Dakota Horse Park appears to be a sign that local racing is on the right course after the state granted Fargo's track two extra days of competition this year after running a successful...
BISMARCK - Live horse racing is headed back to Fargo. The state Racing Commission voted unanimously Thursday to schedule three race weekends next summer at the North Dakota Horse Park, which is saddled with debt and was denied hosting races this ...
FARGO - Horse racing officials agree this year's four-day meet here after a two-year hiatus was a success, but there a number of challenges remain for the track that has been steeped in controversy and funding trouble since the beginning.

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