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Lawsuit Over On-Track Racing Accident

September 6, 2016:

A worker’s compensation regulator is in the process of trying to sue a horse racing participant for seven figures, it has been reported. The regulator is claiming that the participant in question was the cause of significant injuries to another racing participant during an on-track accident that occurred six years on

Trainer’s Two-Year Ban Quashed

July 27, 2016:

A Supreme Court has ruled that a two-year ban that was recently handed to a Standardbred trainer has been reversed due to a lack of impartiality of an official with a high rank in the racing on

Instant Racing To KY Supreme Court

January 11, 2013:

It has reported that today (Friday, January 11) Kentucky's Supreme Court agreed to review a ruling by the state's Court of Appeals regarding 'instant racing,' otherwise known as 'historical racing.' on

Supreme Court Strikes Down Testing Rules

August 19, 2011:

After an over three-year battle led by the Standardbr​ed Owners Associatio​n of New York, and joined by the Empire State Harness Horsemen’s Alliance (comprised of the representative horsemen’s associations at Yonkers, Monticello, Buffalo, Batavia, Vernon and Saratoga), to achieve proper, fair and enforceable out of competition testing rules, a state judge has struck down the ill-advised on

US Court Upholds Internet Gambling Ban

September 24, 2010:

The Washington state Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the ban on internet gambling in a unanimous decision handed down on

Trainer Launches Proceedings Against Own 'Stable Jockey'

April 14, 2010:

It has been reported that a champion Down Under thoroughbred trainer has launched legal action in Supreme Court in order to ensure a jockey she claims to have retained for Saturday's $1.5 million Doncaster Mile at Royal Randwick lives up to his obligation to on

Delaware Tries High Court

January 28, 2010:

The state of Delaware has filed a 106-page appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, contending that a lower court overstepped its authority by limiting sports betting in the on

Quebec Government Intentions Reiterated

October 5, 2009:

On October 2, 2009, the Quebec Government reiterated its decision to no longer inject public money obtained via VLT revenues or pari-mutuel taxation back into the provincial horseracing on

Ill. Tracks, Casinos Still Disagree

June 8, 2009:

According to a report by the Associated Press, the supreme court is staying out a fight between Illinois' casinos and horse racing tracks over a state law that cropped up during the on

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