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Investigation Ends on Canceled $100k Wager

Officials announced March 4 that they found no wrongdoing following an investigation into a $100,000 show wager canceled 10 minutes prior to the running of the first division of the Southwest Stakes (gr. III) at Oaklawn Park Feb. 20.

The investigation, which lasted nearly two weeks, actually began before the horses left the gate in the one-mile race for 3-year-olds.

The big show wager was placed on Longview Drive, the 3-1 favorite, at Santa Anita, then was canceled 10 minutes before the start. Longview Drive finished in a dead-heat for sixth in the race.


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