surveillance cameras

Horse Racing Whodunit: Samples Stolen In Louisiana Downs Test Barn Break-In

Law enforcement and Louisiana State Racing Commission officials are investigating a Jan. 12 break-in of the test barn at Harrah’s Louisiana Downs and the theft of a number of split samples from a locked freezer. The break-in occurred during the second week of a Quarter Horse meeting that began on Jan. 5 at the Bossier […]

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Breeders’ Cup Runners Have High-Def Eyes In The Sky Watching Every Move

Anyone who comes in direct contact with one of the nearly 200 Breeders’ Cup contenders at Keeneland this week will have their every move supervised and recorded. Security for this year’s event is more advanced than ever, thanks in large part to the physical set-up at the track. Keeneland officials are housing all Breeders’ Cup […]

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California Trainers Pledge $150k To Race-Day Surveillance

The leadership of California Thoroughbred Trainers (CTT) has voted unanimously to pledge $150,000 from its reserves to initiate and assist in leading a comprehensive race‐day camera surveillance and security program in stable areas at Thoroughbred tracks in California. The decision was made at a special meeting of its Board of Directors held Saturday, August 29, at […]

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Ruidoso Announces Surveillance Cameras, Pre-Race Testing Protocols

Ruidoso Downs Race Track and the New Mexico Racing Commission will employ ‘super testing’ — including pre-race testing — for the 2015 Ruidoso Triple Crown races. Additionally, the most extensive surveillance camera system in Quarter Horse racing history will be installed in the Ruidoso Downs’ stable area for the 2015 racing season to continually monitor […]

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Ruidoso’s Hubbard: Cheaters a ‘Cancer to Horse Racing’

Calling those who attempt to cheat a “cancer to horse racing,” Ruidoso Downs race track chairman R.D. Hubbard announced the first steps in a program to deal with those who would attempt to break the rules of racing in “our on-going effort to ensure the integrity and safety of the sport and its participants.” “We […]

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KY Downs Installs Surveillance Cameras Throughout Stable Area

In its continuing effort to be an industry leader, Kentucky Downs has installed a total of 16 surveillance cameras in the stable area for their 2014 racing season, which gets underway on Saturday, September 6. “Safety and security is the foundation of everything we do at Kentucky Downs,” said Kentucky Downs president, Corey Johnsen.  “Since […]

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