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October 31, 1992 | STEVE ANDERSEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A group of three harness horsemen failed to reach an agreement Friday with Los Alamitos management to conduct harness racing next year, leaving standardbred interests in desperate need for a backer. Paul Reddam of Newport Beach, Perry De Luna of Culver City and Neil Kelly of Hollister met with the owners of the Cypress track throughout the day and evening on Friday, but could not agree on terms.
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December 31, 1992 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The tote company whose debut last Saturday at Santa Anita contributed to an estimated loss of $3 million in business was not the lowest bidder for the contract that the track signed. Cliff Goodrich, the president of Santa Anita, said that the bid from Autotote was "slightly higher" than the bid from AmTote, which had serviced bettors since the track opened in 1934. "We went with Autotote not because of economics," Goodrich said. "We liked the design of the equipment that Autotote showed us.
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December 31, 1992 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The tote company whose debut last Saturday at Santa Anita contributed to an estimated loss of $3 million in business was not the lowest bidder for the contract that the track signed. Cliff Goodrich, the president of Santa Anita, said that the bid from Autotote was "slightly higher" than the bid from AmTote, which had serviced bettors since the track opened in 1934. "We went with Autotote not because of economics," Goodrich said. "We liked the design of the equipment that Autotote showed us.
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October 31, 1992 | STEVE ANDERSEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A group of three harness horsemen failed to reach an agreement Friday with Los Alamitos management to conduct harness racing next year, leaving standardbred interests in desperate need for a backer. Paul Reddam of Newport Beach, Perry De Luna of Culver City and Neil Kelly of Hollister met with the owners of the Cypress track throughout the day and evening on Friday, but could not agree on terms.
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