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Ex-Trainer Named New Pompano Judge

April 1, 2013:

Pompano Park has announced that a longtime horseman has been named as its new associate judge at the Florida on

Veitch Files Appeal Over Dismissal

December 1, 2011:

After having been fired by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission earlier this week, former chief racing steward John Veitch has filed an on

Judge: Adamo And Gill Can Sue Jockeys

June 2, 2011:

It has been reported that controversial thoroughbred owner Michael Gill and trainer Anthony Adamo will be able to proceed with their lawsuit against jockeys based at Penn National Race on

Trainer Fined Over Twitter Tweet

May 30, 2011:

It has become commonplace to see professional athletes and participants reprimanded and fined for their use of Twitter and other social media platforms. Apparently, participants in the world of horse racing are not on

Former Meadows Executive Gets Probation

April 5, 2011:

On Monday, April 4, a judge ruled that Thomas Reddy, a 48-year-old former director of purchasing for the Meadows raceway, serve seven years of probation on

Judge: Adamo, Gill Can Sue PHRC

March 15, 2011:

According to a report, a federal judge in the United States has ruled that thoroughbred horse owner Michael Gill and trainer Anthony Adamo can sue racing commissioners in Pennsylvania in regard to having been banned from running their horses at Penn National Race on

Owners Suing ORC, RCR, Blakney Over Gondola Situation

February 11, 2011:

It has been reported that a pair of horse owners are suing the Ontario Racing Commission, its executive director, John Blakney, and Rideau Carleton Raceway over the judges' stand issue which caused the cancellation of scheduled programs of live on

Updated: Ronald McGee Passes

December 7, 2010:

Trot Insider has learned that longtime Ontario Racing Commission Senior Judge Ronald McGee, a resident of Goderich, Ont., has passed away. Details regarding visitation and a funeral have now been 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

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