It's always nice to have options and you can safely say Jockey Mario Gutierrez has those right now. The Santa Anita based rider captured two stakes in California aboard Derby hopefuls on his way to being named this week's Jockeys' … Continue reading →
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One of the two California shippers for the Grade II $400,000 Veterans Ford Risen Star Stakes will be scratched. McCormick Racing and Southern Equine's Laoban, an Eric Guillot trainee who finished third last out in the Grade III Sham Stakes … Continue reading →
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A Senate panel on Tuesday OK’d a measure that would ban the practice of “balance billing,” when insurance companies often unexpectedly slam a customer with a high bill for using an out-of-network health care provider. The measure (SB 1442), carried by GOP state Sen. Rene Garcia of Hialeah, now moves from the Banking and Insurance […]
Florida Senate Minority Leader Arthenia Joyner‘s bill to increase salaries of all state legislators from (SB 712) was shot down in committee on Tuesday. Under her bill, the salaries of the members of representatives and senators would rise from $29,600 to $50,000 annually. The House Speaker and Senate President’s salaries would rise to $57,000. Joyner, […]
Steve Ruddock, a freelance reporter who covers the online poker industry for multiple publications, has expressed his opinion that the horse racing industry in California should “jump at just about any reasonable offer” made to them from assemblyman Adam Gray's … Continue reading →
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Scott Shapiro has a favored handicapping angle for races between March and May each year. When a race is carded for “3-year-olds and up,” those sophomores are usually facing older horses for the very first time, as was the case … Continue reading →
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She was appointed in the fall of 2008 to lead former Mayor John Peyton‘s ambitious attempt to dethrone Jacksonville as Florida’s murder capital. She left the job during the tenure of former Mayor Alvin Brown, when the Jacksonville Journey changed focus, and lost funding (the recession also played a role in that, it’s been pointed […]
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Since 1952, four graded stakes races have produced the most winners of the Kentucky Derby: the Blue Grass, Florida Derby, Santa Anita Derby and the Wood Memorial. This year's contenders and handicappers are considering which race sequence will present the … Continue reading →
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A decades old law dealing with airport zoning is getting an update. The House transportation and economic development appropriations subcommittee approved a proposal Tuesday that updates the state’s Airport Zoning Law of 1945. The law governs land use and airspace management at or around the state’s airports. The measure (HB 1379) essentially modernizes the rules […]
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