The issue presented on this appeal involves the extent of the jurisdiction and regulatory powers of the New York State Racing and Wagering Board in exercising its statutory supervisory powers over Regional Off-Track Betting Corporations. On August 10, 1978, petitioner, Capital District Regional Off-Track Betting Corporation (CDROTB), discovered an error in the listing of entries for the second race at Saratoga Thoroughbred Race Track. The error was created by an employee of CDROTB who had mistakenly coupled horses on the daily entry sheets. By 10:00 A.M. that same day, the betting machines had been electronically corrected, and the information boards of each betting parlor were likewise updated to reflect the correct entries. However, the entry sheets were not so corrected and, quite naturally, the possibility remained that bets were placed after 10:00 A.M. on the basis of erroneous information.