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Jockey Mario Pino, an Ellicott City resident who has spent most of his career in Maryland, is close to joining horse racing's top 10 all-time North American wins list. Pino is just one win away from tying Hall of Fame rider Earlie Fires, who is currently...
Sun StaffThe investigation into a Baltimore man's horse racing wager over the weekend that produced a potential $3 million payout continued yesterday with no resolution in sight. "We're going to let this investigation run its course," said Stacy Clifford,...
Sun StaffWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Three former fraternity brothers, whom prosecutors described as going from college chums to "partners in crime," surrendered yesterday to face allegations that they rigged horse racing bets to win more than $3 million. "The three...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Fraud, Sting, Court Preliminary, Punishment
Sun StaffThree fraternity brothers being investigated in connection with a series of suspicious winning bets on thoroughbred horse races have been ordered to appear today in federal court, where they are expected to face conspiracy charges. Attorneys for the...
Sun StaffA Baltimore man whose $3.1 million windfall on a horse racing wager is under investigation attended the same college and lived in the same fraternity house as the computer engineer who has been fired over the processing of the bet. Derrick Davis and...
Sun StaffPHILADELPHIA - The biggest scandal in horse racing history, an alleged $3 million bet-rigging scam, appears rooted in friendships formed in a stately colonial revival mansion here on a campus that brags it is the nation's most wired. Three men accused of...
From Staff And Wire ReportsThe NFL and NCAA have yet to determine if games will go on this weekend in the wake of the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington yesterday. "We don't know yet. We don't have an answer for that yet. It's too soon to know," Greg Aiello, the NFL's...
Star TribuneDuring the Minnesota winter, when Canterbury Park's empty barns are blanketed with snow, Mark Stancato works his sales pitch. The stall superintendent for the Shakopee track visits with horse trainers around the country, trying to persuade them to spend...
About a hundred people peered out from the stands on opening day at Arlington International Racecourse Friday afternoon -- the festive atmosphere coming at a time when the park continues its battle to get slot machines, a change it calls crucial for its...
Looking for something to do this weekend? We have you covered, with events in and around Chicago, including Arlington Park's season opener, Lisa Lampanelli, Too Short, Tracy Morgan, Cinco de Mayo, Kids and Kites, George Lopez, the Chicago Gay Men's Chorus...
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Kent Desormeaux has five mounts Friday when Arlington Park begins its five-month meeting and then he will be off to Churchill Downs, scene of the three greatest triumphs of his distinguished career. The Hall of Fame jockey will be traveling with a heavy...
Tribune reporterA former stable hand convicted of having sexual contact with a horse at Arlington Park has won a new trial after an appeals court found police shouldn’t have arrested him for the alleged 2010 assault. Esbin Cal-Orozco, now 32, was seen riding a...
Tags: Police Arrests, Sex Crimes
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