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One thing was certain at the conclusion of Saturday night’s (May 15) $141,250 Arthur J. Cutler Memorial at The Meadowlands: Manchego is not the retiring type. The 6-year-old mare went a herculean mile in taking the 24th edition of the event for free for all trotters, scoring in 1:51.1. Pretty good for a horse who had called it a career after taking the TVG Open Trot last November over arch-rival Atlanta to sew up divisional honors. Lisa photo.
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The Tallahassee Democrat is reporting that lawmakers return to Tallahassee Monday for a special session to consider a new gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe, giving it exclusive rights to run online sports betting in Florida. The House and Senate also will discuss three pieces of legislation that would create a regulatory framework for online sports betting, licensing, tax rates and fees. One bill would allow Florida pari-mutuels -- with the exception of Thoroughbred racing -- to “decouple” live racing and jai alai matches from their casino operations.
On May 8, the horse racing industry announced that the 2021 Kentucky Derby winner, Medina Spirit, trained by Bob Baffert, tested positive for betamethasone in the post-race test taken after the race, placing the horse’s win in jeopardy. The amount of betamethasone identified in the horse’s blood was 21 picograms/mL. For perspective, this amount of betamethasone in the horse has the same effect as a drop of chlorine would have to treat three Olympic-sized swimming pools for algae. That is, nothing.