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Jury sends mixed signals in Everest lawsuit against Canani, Licht

It was a case that could have been a storyline for an episode of the short-lived HBO horseracing series “LUCK.” Trainer Julio Canani – on whom the fictional “LUCK” role of the cagey horse trainer Turo Escalante is said to have been modeled – and attorney Roger Licht, a former chairman of the California Horse Racing Board, were found by a jury to have conspired to defraud Minnesota businessman and horse owner Jeffrey Nielsen when he decided in 2008 to sell the California-based horses in his Everest Stables. 
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