Headlines for Monday, September 23, 2002

  • To Rebate Or Not To Rebate? That's The Question

    The topic of rebates, and whether they are good for the pari-mutuel industry, headed the opening day of the International Simulcasting Conference in Bal Harbour, Fla. Nearly 400 individuals representing more than 200 different organizations registered for the annual meeting.

  • Indian Charlie, shown winning the 1998 Santa Anita Derby.

    Indian Charlie Relocated to Airdrie

    Olin Gentry and Tom VanMeter, shareholders in freshman stallion Indian Charlie, have announced the relocation of the 7-year-old stallion to Mr. and Mrs. Brereton C. Jones' Airdrie Stud near Midway, Ky.

  • California Officials Review Workers' Comp Proposal

    California racing officials were unable to come to an agreement Monday on a formal proposal for a statewide workers' compensation insurance plan, but a representative for horse owners said progress was made following an afternoon-long session at Santa Anita.

  • Northerly Defends Underwood Stakes Title

    Northerly became the first horse in 40 years to successfully defend an Underwood Stakes (Aust-I) at Caulfield on Sept. 22. And after his head defeat of Magical Miss, handler Fred Kersley hinted that the 6 year-old grandson of Nijinsky II might eschew a defense of the W.S. Cox Plate (Aust-I) on Oct. 26.

  • Indian Lodge to Miss Shuttle Season

    Indian Lodge left Ellinthorpe Stud under-manned when he missed last month's shuttle. Grand Lodge's exciting miler wasn't running late but a slightly elevated temperature caused veterinary surgeons to revoke his ticket out of Ireland.