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Classic Winner Bernardini Even-Money Favorite in Travers (http://racing.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=34990)
Darley Stable's Bernardini, winner of the Preakness Stakes (gr. I) and Jim Dandy (gr. II), was installed as the even-money favorite when seven 3-year-olds were entered Wednesday for Saturday's $1-million Travers Stakes (gr. I) at Saratoga. Blood-Horse (http://racing.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=34990)

Racetracks unveil plans for wagering security software (http://thoroughbredtimes.com/todaysnews/newsview.asp?recno=65959&subsec=1)
In an effort to improve wagering integrity by giving host racetracks readily available information about their wagering pools, a group of North American racetracks and organizations on Wednesday announced the release of software called Wagering Transmission Protocol Version 1.0. Thoroughbred Times (http://thoroughbredtimes.com/todaysnews/newsview.asp?recno=65959&subsec=1)

Owner Warren reflects on Saint Liam's tragic death (http://thoroughbredtimes.com/todaysnews/newsview.asp?recno=65970&subsec=1)
Saint Liam capped a memorable Horse of the Year campaign in 2005 for owners William and Suzanne Warren with a one-length victory in the Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) at <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /><st1:PlaceName>Belmont</st1:PlaceName> <st1:PlaceType>Park</st1:PlaceType> on October 29. Thoroughbred Times (http://thoroughbredtimes.com/todaysnews/newsview.asp?recno=65970&subsec=1)

Pincay Makes Appeal to California Legislators (http://news.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35001)
Retired jockey Laffit Pincay Jr. went to Sacramento, Calif., on Wednesday to plead for help for California's embattled racing industry and jockeys. Blood-Horse (http://news.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35001)