‘Wrong Horse’ Case At Remington Results In Disqualifications, Two $10,000 Fines

In the mistaken identity case of two Karl Broberg trainees at Remington Park, the Board of Stewards has officially disqualified each wrongly identified horse, both from the eighth race on Sept. 4 and the fifth race on Sept. 16. As a result of a hearing on Tuesday, the board also handed Broberg a $10,000 fine […]

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View From The Eighth Pole: Obstruction In Oklahoma?

I don’t like it when people try to make a fool out of me. I do a good enough job of that without any help. But that’s what the Oklahoma Horse Racing Commission staff apparently was trying to do last week when I inquired about the status of the investigation into the wrong horse running […]

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Update On Sept. 16 Remington Park ‘Wrong Horse’ Winner: There Is No Update

The wheels of justice sometimes move slowly in racing, and they often turn under a cloak of secrecy. On Sept. 16 at Remington Park in Oklahoma, a 4-year-old gelding named Collateral Kitten was credited with a victory in the evening’s fifth race, a $15,000 claiming event for non-winners of two races lifetime. The only problem […]

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He Was A She: Wrong Horse Runs, Wins At Remington Park

The winner of Saturday night’s fifth race at Remington Park in Oklahoma City, Okla., Collateral Kitten, listed on the official track program as a 4-year-old gelding, was actually a 6-year-old mare named Onemorefastdance. Karl Broberg, the trainer of both horses, confirmed the mistaken identity to the Paulick Report. The error was brought to the attention […]

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