DAILY RACING FORM PRESS RELEASE BY DAVID GRENING OZONE PARK, N.Y. – With the 10-year suspension of his license officially taking effect Thursday, horses trained by Richard Dutrow Jr. have been formally placed in the care of other trainers. In New York, where Dutrow has a barn full of horses stabled in Barn 10 at… Continue reading Former Dutrow-trained horses move into new barns in New York, Florida
I don't know what I am more worn out with, reporting on medication violations in American horse racing or the industry's failure to prosecute violators. The trainer in question today thankfully is not Doug O'Neill. Instead the drug-induced public glare is focused on Big Brown trainer, Rick Dutrow. O'Neill must be relieved for it to… Continue reading Dutrow loses horse drugging suspension appeal but that won’t stop him
Researched and Written by JANE ALLIN Unlike some other organized sports in America, such as baseball, football and basketball, horse racing differs in several ways. Not only does it lack centralization in the form of a governing body to oversee regulatory policies and mandates, but it also does not provide its players with contractual salaries.… Continue reading A lust to win, an incentive to cheat: The stain on American Thoroughbred racing
As Barry Bonds neared Hank Aaron's all-time home run record, the media questioned whether Bonds' record -- if he and when he broke Aaron's -- should be denoted with an asterisk due to his alleged steroid usage. It garnered a lot of attention for a long time, and tarnished the image of Major League Baseball.… Continue reading If I’ll Have Another wins the Triple Crown should it be denoted with an asterisk?
Written by JANE ALLIN News of this year’s Kentucky Derby winner, I’ll Have Another, undergoing extracorporeal (outside the body) shock wave therapy (ESWT) on his back shortly before the race drew some speculation as to the objective of this strategy. Apparently there was nothing wrong with the horse, at least according to his owner, Paul… Continue reading I’ll Have Another . . . shock wave therapy treatment please
Cross-posted from New York Daily News Written by JERRY BOSSERT Rick Dutrow can keep training horses - at least for now. A New York State Supreme court judge granted the controversial trainer a 30-day stay Monday morning, a day before his 10-year ban would have gone into effect. "We are very satisfied by today's result… Continue reading Dutrow granted 30-day stay; 10-yr horse racing ban appeal planned
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… Continue reading Dutrow’s lengthy list of violations (compiled by Paulick Report)
PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK (Oct. 13, 2011) -- The New York State Racing and Wagering Board Wednesday unanimously approved the revocation of trainer Richard E. Dutrow, Jr.'s license. The Board also voted to fine Mr. Dutrow a total of $50,000 for violations relating to a post-race positive of one of his horses and the unlicensed… Continue reading NY regulators explain Dutrow license revocation
We applaud John Sabini and the New York State Racing and Wagering Board for taking this much needed action, and hope it will motivate other industry leaders in horse racing to do the same. Thank you to Joe Drape for yet another excellent column on this issue. Cross-posted from the New York Times Written by… Continue reading 3 years after Triple Crown bid, Big Brown trainer given a 10-year ban
In our opinion, Super Doper Dutrow could easily be the poster child for what is wrong with American horse racing. But he has some stiff competition for the nod. In the meantime, Mark McGuire, commenting on Dutrow's latest game of dodge 'em on horse doping charges, writes: Billy Shakespeare has to be ticked Rick Dutrow… Continue reading Dutrow, a good example for racing?