22 March 2007

Headlines For March 22nd: Hudon Gets Reinstated

Instant Racing Bill introduced in Ohio

Texas Holdem offered at PEI Racino It is about time Ontario offers the same. Might as well try to win back some of the patrons they have lost to internet poker sites.

Pat Hudon's fine and 10 year suspension for using potent form of EPO thrown out.
“The (ORC) administration’s case against Mr. Hudon was based solely on statements that Mr. Hudon had made to an Ontario Provincial Police detective who works with the racing commission branch,” explained the lawyer, who went on to say, “What the (ORC) panel found was that the statement was obtained by deceitful means and that the racing commission has to act with honesty, integrity and social responsibility, and anybody they delegate authority to has to act in that same manner…

“What they found was the detective did not act that way, and the statement was not obtained fairly, and as a result they ruled the statement was inadmissible.”

Magna Entertainment adds over 700 slot machines at Gulfstream

Magna going concern qualification

Baymount Announces New Meeting Date

Neteller working on freeing up US Funds seized

Queen Elizabeth 2nd is going to the Derby. After many Queen's Plate viewings, the Derby is going to be a first for her.

Indiana slots bill amended

Nova Scotia racino possibly in the works

Games of skill like Instant Racing in Arkansas might become more popular than live horse racing

New rules for pylons on Ontario harness tracks

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