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New Jersey, California Simulcast News

January 3, 2012:

New Jersey and California may be on opposite sides of the U.S. Their comparative weather patterns may be like night and day. But one thing is similar: both are beefing up their horse-racing simulcasting...read on

Betfair $10M Into U.S. Racing Exchange Site

December 7, 2011:

Stephen Burn, the CEO of TVG and Betfair, said that his company has already spent 10 million dollars on the development of a U.S.-based exchange wagering site for horse racing...read on

Demystifying Exchange Wagering

December 1, 2011:

The concept of exchange wagering confuses some. Others wonder how the racetrack, exchange operator and successful punter make money off the wagering venture....read on

CA Owners Groups Reach Accord

November 17, 2011:

The two thoroughbred owners’ organizations in California reached an agreement Wednesday, November 16 between themselves and the California Horse Racing Board whereby after certain conditions are met...read on

California's Position On Rick Dutrow

October 14, 2011:

In recognition of the action taken by the New York State Racing and Wagering Board revoking the training license of Richard Dutrow, Jr....read on

Seventy-One-Year-Old Nears 3,000th Win

September 29, 2011:

When Gene Vallandingham guided Amazon Dot to a win Friday, September 23 at Cal Expo, it was victory No. 2,915 and over $13 million in earnings for the veteran driver/trainer, who turned 71 years young earlier this month...read on

Random Drug Testing Ushered In

May 30, 2011:

It was determined on Thursday, May 26 during the California Horse Racing Board's monthly meeting that random drug testing of jockeys, apprentice jockeys, and drivers will be instituted....read on

Update On TwinSpires' CA License

March 18, 2011:

On Friday, March 18, the California Horse Racing Board released an update in regard to the status of TwinSpires' advance deposit wagering license...read on

Trainer Files Lawsuit Over TCO2 Threshold

March 10, 2011:

According to a report, a California trainer has called the California Horse Racing Board's TCO2 testing into question and has filed a lawsuit in federal court...read on

Christie To Set Online Gaming Precedent?

March 2, 2011:

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has until Thursday, March 3 to either veto or sign legislation which would make it legal for in-state casino operators to run online gaming websites for residents of the state -- also known as 'intra-state gambing.' All reports indicate that he is holding his cards close to his chest...read on

Turf Paradise Not At Fault For Wagering Snafu

January 29, 2011:

Ted Shaine, the general manager of Sportech QDC West, has penned a letter to the California Horse Racing Board in which he explains that at no time was Turf Paradise at fault for a glitch which saw wagering on one of its races on January 26, 2011 stay open five minutes past post time...read on

"We Don’t Share The Doom And Gloom"

December 6, 2010:

Many people opt to cast a shadow of doom and gloom on the current North American horse racing industry, but one person that doesn't share that opinion is Betfair's Stephen Burn. “There’s potentially massive upside there...read on

Whelan For NJ Exchange Wagering

September 14, 2010:

According to a report, New Jersey Senator Jim Whelan is in support of the implementation of exchange wagering and expanded internet wagering in the state...read on

Press Sounds Off On CA Raising Takeout

September 10, 2010:

California’s idea that the way to save racing in tough times is to raise the price of the product has drawn quick comment from media observers of the game...read on

CA Exchange Wagering On Hold

August 31, 2010:

The last minute attempt to rush through an exchange betting rule in California has been slowed...read on


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