Officials with the New York State Gaming Commission have ordered that cases involving two horsemen – regarding a race run in 2009 – be remanded for another hearing at a later time.
According to a report in the Blood-Horse, the horsemen involved are trainer Anthony Dutrow and owner-breeder-trainer Peter Kazamias. The two cases were consolidated since the two men share a lawyer, and due to overlapping testimony.
The case stems from a total carbon dioxide overage in the filly, Mambo Fever. The filly finished second in the Tempted Stakes in Nov. 2009 in her only start at Aqueduct that year.
Read more in the Blood Horse
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