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KHRC's Veitch Ruling Months Away

July 4, 2011:

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission's hearing regarding the actions of its chief steward, John Veitch, concluded late last week. The 66-year-old Hall of Fame trainer defended his actions in the final day of the hearing and stated that his family's reputation was on the on

Vets Talk During Day 2 Of KHRC Hearing

June 30, 2011:

Day 2 of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission's hearing into the alleged inaction of its chief steward, John Veitch, heard testimony from commission veterinarians into what did and did not transpire before Life At Ten loaded into the gate to contest on

Veitch Speaks During Kentucky Hearing

June 29, 2011:

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission hearing into the alleged inaction of its chief state steward, John Veitch, got underway on Tuesday, June on

Steward Could Be Fined, Suspended

June 27, 2011:

The administrative trial of Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Chief State Steward John Veitch is scheduled to get underway on Tuesday, June 28. It is possible that the former trainer and hall of famer could be on

Sounding Off On Race-Day Medications, 'Super Trainers'

May 9, 2011:

It is very rare to read about a driver or jockey broaching the topic of race-day medications and 'super trainers,' but a Hall of Fame horseman has now let his feelings be on

KY Supreme Court Denies Waxman Motion

March 18, 2011:

The Kentucky Supreme Court has denied a motion filed to review a decision by a Kentucky Court of Appeals involving Loyal Opposition's positive in the final of the 2005 Allerage Mare Pace at the Red on

ORC Denies Waxman Appeal

March 14, 2011:

On Monday, March 14, the ORC released its ruling on the appeal of horseman Isaac on

Waxman Files Contempt Of Court Motion Against ORC

March 3, 2011:

Trot Insider has learned that suspended horseman Isaac Waxman has filed a Contempt Of Court motion against the Ontario Racing on

Vet Admits To Giving Bleeder Shot To The Queen's Mare, Claims Ignorance

February 15, 2011:

Veterinarian James Main is facing an expulsion from the British horse racing industry after admitting to administering a 20 millilitre dose of Tranexamic Acid (TA) to Moonlit Path, a mare owned by The on

PA Casinos Fined $150,000

October 6, 2010:

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board today fined three casinos a total of $150,000 for 12 occurrences where persons under the age of 21 played slot machines and one incident that involved a minor gaining access to on

Double Standard In Breathalyzer Rules?

September 20, 2010:

It is well known that there are consequences for horsepeople when they fail their pre-race breathalyzer tests, be it fines, suspensions, etc. According to a report, a particular racing judge failed to take a breathalyzer test at least seven times in 2008 and no fine or suspension was ever on

NJ Slot Manufacturer Fined

September 17, 2010:

On Thursday, September 16, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board fined a New Jersey-based slot machine manufacturer for the late submission of necessary documents related to its license on

Forward, Piroski, Wallis Fined, Suspended

September 3, 2010:

In keeping with the mandate of the Ontario Racing Commission to protect the integrity of racing and maintain the fairness of the sport, the director has ordered the immediate suspension of the licenses of on

Southwind Tempo Not Eligible For O’Brien Award

December 18, 2009:

The New Jersey Racing Commission issued a ruling (dated Dec. 1) suspending trainer Ross Croghan for 180 days and fining him $2,500 as the result of the horse Cammabis violating the state’s total carbon dioxide (TCO2) on

Small Appeal Pushed Back

December 16, 2009:

According to a report, down-under trainer Geoff Small, who was recently handed a six-month suspension and $5,000 (NZ) fine, will not be going down without a fight -- on

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