The introduction to the Paulick Report post goes like this:
Back when the Paulick Report was just getting started in June 2008, we took a look at the lengthy list of various racing commission rulings involving trainer Rick Dutrow, who at the time was basking in the glory of Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Big Brown. The list, courtesy of the Association of Racing Commissions International, demonstrates the range of violations that Dutrow was alleged to have committed: forged checks; failure to conduct his business in a proper manner; violating claiming rules; being the aggressor in an altercation; omitting a criminal conviction on a license applications; providing false/misleading information about a workout; and multiple drug violations on himself and his horses.
Since Dutrow is in the news again, having his trainer’s license revoked yesterday by the New York State Racing and Wagering Board (a ruling that is being appealed by attorneys for Dutrow), we thought it might be worth publishing that lengthy list of violations again. Keep in mind, the list was inclusive into early 2008, and does not include the most recent complaints that landed Dutrow in front of the SRWB.
And ends with this link: Click here for the list.