Articles posted November 19, 2002

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N.Y. Bill Makes Tampering With Wagers a Felony

N.Y. Bill Makes Tampering With Wagers a Felony

A legislator has proposed that New York law should be tightened to create a felony that specifically outlaws tampering with pari-mutuel bets and wagering systems. The bill, sponsored by Assembly racing committee chairman Alexander Gromack of Rockland County, comes in the aftermath of the Breeders' Cup Ultra Pick 6 betting probe.

NTRA Plans News Conference on Wagering Probe

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association will hold a news conference in New York City Nov. 20 to discuss ongoing measures in connection with the Breeders' Cup Ultra Pick 6 investigation.

Booklet Victorious In Return

Booklet Victorious In Return

Grade I winner Booklet was victorious in his return to the track in a $59,500 allowance race for 3-year-olds and up Tuesday at Churchill Downs. Under jockey Pat Day, the son of Notebook covered the mile distance in 1:34.68, crossing the wire three-quarters of a length in front of Rock Slide, with Dash for Daylight another three-quarters of a length back in third.

Legislation for Meadowlands Slots Undecided

A Nov. 18 hearing by the New Jersey Economic Growth Committee on legislation to authorize slot machines at Meadowlands ended early because the sponsor, Sen. Joseph Suliga, is still in the process of making changes to the bill.

Application for Horsemen-Owned Racetrack Filed

A plan for a Thoroughbred racetrack to be owned by horse owners has been floated in Pennsylvania, and the group awaits a hearing before the Pennsylvania State Horse Racing Commission.

Rebate Replay

Rebate Replay

By Ray Paulick -- A number of readers took exception to comments made in this space last week concerning account-wagering operators that attract customers by offering rebates of 10% or higher.

A Call for Security

By David Ward -- The recent Breeders' Cup Ultra Pick 6 scandal has brought to the racing world's attention three very disconcerting facts...

NTRA May Review Winning Multi-Race Wagers

NTRA May Review Winning Multi-Race Wagers

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association's Wagering Technology working group is planning a thorough review of winning multi-race wagers to find if the current Breeders' Cup Ultra Pick 6 scandal was an isolated incident.

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