The New York-based trainer Richard Dutrow has formally appealed the decision by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission's Licensing Review Committee to deny him a license, according to a spokesman for the commission.
Kentucky racing regulators denied a license to the controversial trainer Richard Dutrow on Wednesday, likely causing the scratch of two horses he has entered in stakes races at Keeneland and signaling that his career has begun to be imperiled.
The California Horse Racing Board on Tuesday raised the stakes for account-wagering companies by threatening to let their licenses expire at the end of the year if the companies do not reach deals by then.
The New York State Racing and Wagering Board will issue a license to the receiver representing the minority ownership interest in Horse of the Year Curlin, clearing the way for the horse to start in Saturday's Man o' War.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Tuesday granted Philadelphia Park Casino and Racetrack a permanent license to operate slot machines and approved the track's plan for a new slot-machine facility.
The Kentucky Horse Racing Authority has reached a settlement with trainer Patrick Biancone that will reduce a one-year suspension to six months but bar Biancone from obtaining a trainer's license for one year.