by | 11.17.2010 | 12:47am

In an interview with the Thoroughbred Times, NYCOTB chairman Sandy Frucher talks about the future of racing in New York and doesn't particularly hold back on his viewpoints. Some highlight comments from Frucher:

“One of the things that was clear to me, when I did my due diligence, was that the law that set up NYCOTB was broken.”

“I was surprised at how fractionalized the industry is. And that people were rowing in different directions.”

“That the NYCOTB business model is horribly out of date so that when you put it together, it forces the dysfunctionality of the industry.”

On his relationship with Charles Hayward, “I would say at the moment it's all very stressful.”

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