Almost as soon as their battle against sports wagering ended in defeat at the U.S. Supreme Court, the National Collegiate Athletic Association and four professional sports leagues are facing a claim for gambling revenue that was lost due to the lengthy battle.

In a motion filed in federal court in Trenton, the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association is seeking reimbursement of nearly $150 million in wagers that it says it would have collected during years of litigation waged over the state’s desire to legalize sports betting.

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