Attorney Taylor: NY "investigating" positives
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The trainers who have been notified that they have glaucine positives in New York have still not been charged, and attorney Harold Taylor, who is representing the trainers, says he has been told by the New York Gaming Commission that the Commission is "investigating" the matter. Taylor shed more light on the situation with the positives in an interview with HarnessRacing Weekend Preview's Kathy Parker, so download the FREE Preview (the link appears below) to read the latest update.
Weekend Preview also has an important story about the efforts of the Florida Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association to derail a bill that would "decouple" harness racing from the casino at Pompano Park and likely lead to the end of pari-mutuel harness racing in the Sunshine State.
To be ready for the weekend of racing, read about the upcoming appearance of the pacing mare Gallie Bythe Beach at Yonkers Friday night and Jet Airway at the Meadowlands Saturday, and of course you can download free past performance programs of the big events courtesy of TrackMaster.
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