New York has once again become a big apple in the United States with its thoroughbred racing and breeding program that gets funds from state gambling.
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A decade ago Maryland lost nearly 80 percent of its stallions, mares and foals to neighboring states, but the state has undergone a remarkable turnaround.
The Pennsylvania breeding industry was declining rapidly without a long-term agreement, but recent changes have the state on the verge of a second wind.
Ontario's breeding industry is in decline with no long-term funding earmarked for the benefit of the province's racehorse breeders.