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1989 Vosburgh Stakes [06:20]
Sewickley, who beat Once Wild by a length in the Fall Highweight Handicap on Sept. 16, beat that same rival by a 1 1/4 lengths this time to win the $225200 Vosburgh Stakes. Sewickley, who has gotten little respect and was inexplicably dispatched as the longest shot in the field yesterday at 6-to-1, is now the early favorite to be named the nation's champion sprinter.

Racing goleó y da pelea,primer gol [00:50]
Una vez que pitó Patricio Loustau, los primeros instantes mostraron a la visita con mayor tenencia de pelota y, de hecho, los de De Felipe también contaron con la primera jugada clara. Luego de una gran atajada de Saja tras un cabezazo, la pelota le quedó dentro del área a Cauteruccio, que inexplicablemente desde abajo del arco atinó a patearla al travesaño. Racing, por su parte, apostaba a la velocidad de sus jóvenes promesas en ataque, Luciano Vietto, Ricardo Centurión y Lucas Fariña. A los 22, los de Luis Zubeldía tuvieron su primera incursión seria en ataque. Centurión fue buscado con un pase en profundidad por izquierda y, con su velocidad, avanzó para dentro del área del Cervecero enganchar hacia el centro y soltar un derechazo que salió rasante y muy cerca del poste derecho del arquero Trípodi. Y a los 33, de la combinación de los tres de arriba, llegó el gol de Racing. La llevó Fariña, pivoteó Vietto, la continuó el enganche y en el borde del área, cuando parecía que perdía la pelota, un derechazo bajo de Centurión se le metió pegado al palo derecho al arquero de la visita. Y a los 39 el artesano del primero marcó el 2-0. Quien armó la jugada que se ensució apenas en el borde del área de Quilmes fue Vietto, pero Fariña se la llevó y definió con un toque sutil cuando Trípodi salía presuroso a achicar. A pura velocidad, en una contra, la primera jugada a fondo de los segundos 45 la tuvo Vietto. Pero su remate, después de un enganche, fue embolsado por el arquero ...

Horse racing tipsters, horse racing pick trick for winners [01:43]
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PC MPP John O'Toole speaking at Queen's Park rally for Ontario's horse racing industry [00:40]
On Monday, March 26, members and supporters of Ontario's horse-racing industry showed up at Queen's Park en masse to protest the Ontario Liberal Government's decision to close slot parlours at a number of provincial raceways and inexplicably walk away from the mutually-beneficial and highly-successful slots-at-racetracks contractual partnership. With buses from all over the province converging on Queen's Park, more than 1500 individuals, including MPPs, representatives from all of Ontario's horsemen's groups and other political representatives, congregated in order to let elected leaders and the mass media know that the industry will not take the Liberals' hasty, misinformed, and reckless decision in stride. In closing multiple raceway slots parlours and planning to step away from the economic machine which is the slots-at-racetracks program, the Provincial Liberal Government has essentially taken the stance that employing 60000 Ontarians, raking in more than $1.36-billion in direct annual revenue, and creating $2-billion in annual economic impact for the province is not worth trumpeting, let alone saving. Finance Minister Dwight Duncan has been falsely referring to the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Slots at Racetrack revenue sharing program as a subsidy. His claim is that the Government has been providing a $345 million annual subsidy to Ontario's Horse Racing Industry. In a recent fundraising email to supporters, the Ontario Liberal Party suggested that they are "choosing ...
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