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thelyingthief
06-15-2011, 11:43 AM
Is in order? Why should track officials allow proven racing cheats to resurface, when their malfeasance has cost the bettors money?

Why shouldn't officials and tracks be held accountable for the inequity of their decisions, as much or more so than the trainer who runs his horses doped? Once caught, that's it, why is he back today, threatening the player's bankroll again? Let him go sling hash.

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comet52
06-15-2011, 02:44 PM
Is in order? Why should track officials allow proven racing cheats to resurface, when their malfeasance has cost the bettors money?

Why shouldn't officials and tracks be held accountable for the inequity of their decisions, as much or more so than the trainer who runs his horses doped? Once caught, that's it, why is he back today, threatening the player's bankroll again? Let him go sling hash.

tlt-

Class action suits are initiated by law firms who see something to gain, typically from a rich corporation that's done something questionable. Squeezing blood from the dried-out turnip that is American horse racing is probably not high on the agenda of the $600/hour suits.