14 June 2007

Headlines For June 14th

Churchill buys Bloodstock Research Information Services (BRIS) and the Thoroughbred Sports Network(TSN) for $80 million in cash. I wonder if this means an end to TSN's 50 cent racing forms

Web site for horsemen to check to look up guidelines for withdrawal times for approximately 75 therapeutic medications identified by the RMTC veterinary advisory committee. Here is a story on it.

The ORC has a web site where anyone can go and find vet lists and other lists regarding horses on other medications.

'The guidelines are available for 18 states and Canada. Information from other states will be added to the site as it becomes available.'

Woodbine bias report

Runaway Groom dead at 28

Ohio Governor Strickland says he will veto Instant Racing bid. But it isn't over yet.

Portland Meadows to install 150 Instant Racing machines

CryptoLogic gets approval for new listing on London Stock Exchange

Former jockey Greta Kuntzweiller pleads guilty to drug charges; Gets a 10 year time-out

Equine Canada is getting ready to update horsepeople in Canada on its National Horse Identification System - the equine contribution to the National Livestock Traceability System

Prominent lawyer wins 2.7 million dollar counterclaim against Windsor Raceway

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