This week, the New York State Gaming Commission responded that it will not overturn the appeal against the invalidity claim against the battalion. 슬롯머신 The horse accepted the claim after the May 28 race at Belmont Park, claiming that owner Michael de Vela and trainer Bob Clesaris were an abuse of the custodians’ discretion to see them off for $25,000.
The Belmont Track’s stewards dismissed the battalion’s claim because they did not bring their horses to the test barn for post-race inspection shortly after the May 28, 2022 race. This occurred because Jack Welsh, a scale clerk at the New York Racing Association, did not inform the correct individual placed by the winner’s circle that any horse in the race had a claim.
Peter Moshetti Jr., a member of the New York State Gaming Commission, said the appellants are not punished differently than they believe. According to him, they will lose the ability to exchange the horse for a billing price, but they will still own the assets that started the race. It means that the result does not amount to abuse of stewards’ discretion.
In the aforementioned race, the battalion finished last in a race of seven horses, and was taken back by his groom to Mr. Clesaris’s barn. The trainer then called from the test-congress and asked where his horse was, and whether Mr. Clesaris knew Mr. Clesaris was present. He then ordered the horse to be sent to a test-bench, but Mr. Clesaris had already nullified Mr. Clesaris’s claim.
Mr Moshetti said in a statement that by no fault of the appellant or claimant, the claimant had been deprived of the guarantee that there was a horse under the watchful watch of committee members until it was transported to the test barns for inspection at the end of the race. He explains that the Commission has no specific rules to deal with situations of that nature.
Mr. de Vela and Mr. Clessaris are represented by Mr. Drew Molika, who argued that in this case, the stewards’ discretion was unfounded. Mr. Molika said that if one had won by five, the track staff would have waited, and because the horse’s performance was not good, they invalidated the claim. He believes that the committee was not fair.
At the end of May 2022, the New York State Gaming Commission notified that it had banned the New Racing Association’s watchman Rich Garzer for 30 days. This decision corresponds to making him eligible to compete in the race by changing the work of the published horse. He was also fined US$2,500.
For another reference, the Commission joined forces with other local organisations earlier last month to promote safe and responsible gambling.