Posted on: January 19, 2023, 11:38h. Last updated on: January 19, 2023, 11:38h. Steve Bittenbender Read More PredictIt will finally get its day in court to make its case for why the political futures exchange should remain operational after Feb. 15. A street-level view of the White House and the
by Paulick Report Staff|12.21.2022|4:47pm Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen Two Steve Asmussen trainees tested positive for metabolites of the sedative Acepromazine back in 2018: Thousand Percent after winning the second race at Churchill Downs on June 28, and Boldor after winning the sixth race at Keeneland on Oct. 25.
by Paulick Report Staff|10.18.2022|5:42pm Medina Spirit and Bob Baffert A new hearing officer has been named for the appeal of Bob Baffert’s 90-day suspension and Medina Spirit’s 2021 Kentucky Derby disqualification resulting from a failed drug test, according to the Daily Racing Form. Eden Davis Stephens, the deputy director of
Posted on: March 15, 2022, 10:22h. Last updated on: March 15, 2022, 10:44h. Steve Bittenbender Read More A bill to legalize sports betting in Kentucky will get a hearing in the General Assembly on Wednesday morning, and the proposal’s sponsor is optimistic about its chances of clearing the state House
Posted on: February 2, 2022, 07:20h. Last updated on: February 2, 2022, 07:20h. Two defendants both charged in a July murder at Nevada’s Aquarius Casino Resort allegedly failed to turn up for a scheduled court appearance last week. The hearing was rescheduled for Feb. 24 in Laughlin, Nev. Justice Court.
A Tallahassee judge agreed on Wednesday to conduct an emergency hearing to consider evidence that the Seminole Tribe of Florida may be attempting to sabotage a Las Vegas Sands-backed constitutional amendment asking voters to approve a gaming expansion. During the hearing, a petition for an emergency restraining order against Seminole-backed
The British Horseracing Authority’s hearing into the jockey’s room bullying case brought by female national hunt jockey Bryony Frost against male rider Robbie Dunne entered its second day on Wednesday. After opening statements from Frost’s attorney on Tuesday detailed the nature of the charges against Dunne, Frost was on the
Roses and Candy, winner of the third race at Del Mar on Nov. 22, 2020, has been disqualified by the California Horse Racing Board after testing positive for a metabolite of the Class 1 drug 7-Carboxy-Cannabidiol, reports the Thoroughbred Daily News. A separate hearing will be held to determine whether