1 February 2007

Headlines For February 1st


Barbaro's life ended peacefully

Sungold announces it has acquired an exclusive license on patents for the first ever lottery to be based on actual live horse racing.

World's largest study of online gambler revealed
Research of 11,000 players from 96 countries.

Revenue Canada testing program to uncover internet tax cheats

Gambling stocks showed strong rise in January

NYRA cuts signal to two dozen wagering outlets

Beulah Six returns over 350k

Banned jockeys asked about a race one year ago at Tampa Bay

State of The Game (3 hours of the current horse race betting climate)

Hour One

Hour Two: Steven Crist

Hour 3 with Andy Beyer

Georgian Downs still closed


Frank Salive to return to Woodbine for a few days of calling

New Brunswick Racino one step closer to reality

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