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Former Head Clocker At NYRA Suspended 10 Years

On Monday, Sept. 25, the New York State Gaming Commission revoked the license of clocker Stephen Foster for 10 years, according to bloodhorse.com. A former head clocker and a placing/patrol judge for NYRA, Foster and jockey agents Mike Gonzalez and Jose Morales Jr. were escorted off the premises at Aqueduct and barred from NYRA tracks on […]

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IRS Announces Formal Adoption Of ‘Landmark’ Pari-Mutuel Regulations

The U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced Monday that they will formally adopt modernized regulations regarding the withholding and reporting of pari-mutuel proceeds. The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) has long pressed for these updated regulations that will allow horseplayers to keep more of their winnings, thereby increasing the amount wagered […]

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Ellis Park Juvenile Winner Dak Attack To Miss Breeders’ Cup With Sore Shin

The Albaugh Family Stable's three-length Ellis Park Juvenile winner Dak Attack has been ruled out of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile, reports drf.com. The 2-year-old son of Ghostzapper is suffering from a sore shin which, while not enough to take him out of training, will prevent him from racing until possibly December. “He's going to train at […]

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Bull Market for Yearlings in 2017

Now that Keeneland's marathon September yearling sale is complete, a clear trend has emerged showing cumulative higher gross, average, and median prices and declines in total offered and sold.

New York Clocker Suspended at Least 10 Years

State regulators in New York have revoked the license to work in the racing industry of a former head clocker at the New York Racing Association for his role in an alleged conspiracy involving electronic trespassing of internal NYRA records.

Mach One Rules Voted Emerald Downs’ Horse Of The Meet

R.E.V. Racing's Mach One Rules was voted Horse of the Meeting, Top Handicap Horse and Top Washington-bred as Emerald Downs announced its 2017 season honors on closing day of the track's 22nd season. A 4-year-old gelding by Harbor the Gold-Felice the Cat, Mach One Rules won three stakes and posted meet-fastest times at both 6 […]

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