Articles posted July 11, 2008

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That Handicapping Show: July 10 Episode

That Handicapping Show: July 10 Episode

Hosted by Jason Shandler and Tom LaMarra, "That Handicapping Show" is a weekly video show dedicated to horse players.

This week, Jason and Tom handicap the Delaware Oaks. Plus selections from Cary Fotias of Equiform.

Fan-Friendly ADW Experiment Nears End

Fan-Friendly ADW Experiment Nears End

With the looming expiration of an experiment to share racetracks among account wagering companies in California, representatives continue to meet in hopes of an agreement in time for the start of the Del Mar summer meet July 16.

Mountaineer: New Election, Old Issues

Mountaineer: New Election, Old Issues

It began in 2006 with an anonymous flyer questioning the effectiveness of the Mountaineer Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association, and snowballed into allegations, a protest, litigation, and paper trail that led some to question the validity of the association's most recent election.

Handle Down, Purses Up in Second Quarter

Pari-mutuel handle took a hit but purses gained a bit in the second quarter of 2008, according to the "Thoroughbred Racing Economic Indicators" for United States and Canadian pari-mutuel wagering on U.S. Thoroughbred racing.

MI Developments Wins Greenlight Appeal

MI Developments Wins Greenlight Appeal

A New York investment company and affiliates have lost their appeal of a shareholder oppression lawsuit they originally filed against the parent company of Magna Entertainment Corp., with the Canadian judges affirming lower-court awarded indemnity costs of $2.1 million.

Youbet: 2007 Loss Now $28.4 Million

Youbet: 2007 Loss Now $28.4 Million

Youbet.com has restated its earnings for 2007 due to a recalculation of an earn-out payment to the former owners of defunct subsidiary International Racing Group, increasing its annual loss for the year to $28.4 million.

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