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Dutrow seeks injunction in suspension case

Richard Dutrow Jr., the embattled trainer, said Tuesday that he intended to go to federal court in New York on Wednesday to seek an injunction that would prevent the New York State Racing and Wagering Board from enforcing a 10-year suspension beginning Thursday.

In a brief text message in response to a reporter’s question Tuesday of when he intended to seek the injunction, Dutrow said “tomorrow.” The attorney said to be representing Dutrow, Mitchell C. Elman, did not return a phone call Tuesday.

Also on Tuesday, New York Attorney General’s office officials confirmed that Dutrow’s 10-year suspension was to begin Thursday, barring a decision by the federal court Wednesday to grant Dutrow a stay. The attorney general’s office represents the New York State Racing and Wagering Board, a state agency.

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Also from a cursory reading of his case, I do not believe he has standing to get into Federal Court.
I can't imagine he will get a stay from Federal Court as he has had two decisions from NY's highest court The Court of Appeals with both decisions denying his appeal. He is grasping at straws in my opinion. He has had a full hearing in front of an administrative board and his appeals of that decision have bee repeatedly rejected by the courts.
Sounds like "I'll have another" all over again. Belmont

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