The Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that an unsuccessful applicant for one of four horse racing licenses which the State Horse Racing Commission was authorized to grant had standing to bring an appeal after the granting of all four authorized licenses by the Commission, and that no abuse of discretion was shown in granting the licenses to the particular licensees.
Man O' War Racing Association v. State Horse Racing Commission, 433 Pa. 432, 250 A.2d 172 (1969).
Robert S. Bailey,
Administrative Law - Standing and Appealability,
Duq. L. Rev.
Available at: https://dsc.duq.edu/dlr/vol8/iss1/15