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Guilty Trainer Receives Death Threats

January 12, 2012:

It has been reported that Dean Atkinson, one of the trainers charged in the Down Under swabbing scandal, has asked for the court be closed during his evidence due to receiving death threats from a horse on

Guilty Plea In Wal-Mart Abandonment

January 10, 2012:

According to a report, a teenager has come forth and pleaded guilty to abandoning his nine-year-old standardbred outside of a Geauga County, Ohio on

Lake Pleads Guilty In Eustis Fatality

January 10, 2012:

It has been reported that harness-racing driver Angus Lake, the man that was at the wheel of the truck which struck and killed Michelle Eustis in the Balmoral Park backstretch during the early-morning hours of April 11, 2011, has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the on

Another Guilty In Racino Winner Abduction

December 20, 2011:

It has been reported that a third man has been found guilty in the 2010 case regarding the abduction, kidnapping, assault and robbery of 58-year-old racino winner George on

Eleven Found Guilty In Britain

December 14, 2011:

The British Horseracing Authority has found 11 individuals, including four jockeys, guilty of corruption stemming from an investigation into race fixing in on

Horsemen's Group Chair Pleads Guilty

September 2, 2011:

It has been reported that former Louisiana Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association Chairman Sean Alfortish has pleaded guilty to a charge of fraud and on

Blagojevich Found Guilty Of Corruption

June 28, 2011:

Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich was found guilty of 17 corruption charges on Monday, June 27, three of which were related to the attempted shakedown of a state racetrack on

'Give Chrome' Abuser Sentenced; Abuse Charge Dropped

March 1, 2011:

Forty-four-year-old Wilbur F. Frost, the man that abused retired standardbred Give Chrome before being arrested and charged by Pennsylvania police, has on

Brooks' Problems Continue

September 15, 2010:

Fallen ex-racehorse owner David Brooks was yesterday found guilty on the 17 counts he faced in relation to a $185 million fraud of his former company, DHB Industries, but his problems do not end on

Brooks Found Guilty On All Charges

September 14, 2010:

It has been reported that on Tuesday, September 14, former racehorse owner and DHB Industries CEO David Brooks was found guilty and convicted on all 17 counts he faced in his over-the-top fraud on

Crozier Admits Guilt

April 17, 2009:

According to an article by the Canadian Press, Wade Gordon Crozier, a former Harness Racing PEI employee, has admitted to stealing from the on

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