Philracom and GAB should stop horse race fixing

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At this point where Philippine horseracing is gaining momentum from past pandemic and competitive challenges of e-sabong, insiders insist that unscrupulous characters are still hellbent in destroying

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Considering these race-fixing incidents, the MMTCI Board then issued a respectful and humble appeal for the horse owners’ full cooperation and support not to “deliberately lose” (perder) their horses in their racetrack. “They warned, “If this is committed by whosoever, regardless of his/her status or standing in life, we will absolutely and definitely ban the horse owner and his/her horses from participating”.

To Philracom Chairman Aurelio de Leon and GAB chairman Atty. Richard Clarin, the law against game-fixing is very clear, if enforced to the letter. It is a crime defined under Presidential Decree 483 as “any arrangement, combination, scheme or agreement by which the result of any game, races or sports contests shall be predicted and/or known other than the basis of the honest playing skill or ability of the players or participants”. If charged and guilty under P.D.

(As of this writing, all parties involved in the above-mentioned race fixing incident were meeting with the entire board of the Philippine Racing Commission. Also in attendance are the MMTCI Board led by Atty.Morales, the MMTCI Board of Stewards led by former jockey Joey Macaraig, the New Philippine Jockeys Association, the respondent jockeys, and the registered owners of racehorse KABOOM).Filipino families are facing almost insurmountable challenges in the coming months.

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