GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas &ndash; Global Gaming, which holds the rights to buy the operating assets of Lone Star Park from MI Developments, withdrew its application to purchase the track&rsquo;s racing license during a Texas Racing Commission meeting on Tuesday. Global officials did not give a reason for having the licensing item pulled from the agenda but indicated its intent to pursue the sale.\r\n&ldquo;They&rsquo;re really not going into details on why they will submit at a later date, but they are committed to the project and to the horse racing industry in Texas,&rdquo; said Kym Koch, a spokesperson for Global.\r\nGlobal Gaming, a subsidiary of Chickasaw Nation, won the right to purchase Lone Star for $47 million in an October 2009 auction. Magna, the track&rsquo;s owner at the time, had filed for bankruptcy in March 2009.\r\nGlobal had previously purchased Remington Park in Oklahoma City from the company, for $80.25 million, and in December 2009 received Oklahoma Racing Commission licensing approvals to operate the track. The company is currently conducting a Thoroughbred meet at Remington.\r\n&ldquo;Global Gaming has assured us that they are committed to Lone Star Park, Texas racing, the horsemen who race here, and our employees,&rdquo; Drew Shubeck, president of Lone Star, said in a statement.\r\nRemington operates a casino with more than 700 electronic games. In Texas, there is no gaming at the state&rsquo;s racetracks. Lone Star closed out its Quarter Horse meet on Saturday night, and is to open its Thoroughbred season in April.