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Matthew Cahill and owner Guy Orbell have vowed to clear their names after being disqualified for 12 months for failing to let Astronomer run on its merits at Goulburn in June. Stewards found Cahill guilty under a rarely used rule concerning a horse
Second quarter gaming revenues so far have fallen 2%, it said. Finance director Stephen Morana said: A slower start to the football season and reduced interest in other sports during the Olympics resulted in slower revenue growth in August. After a
Paddy Power chief operating officer Breon Corcoran has presided over his first set of financials as chief executive of UK rival Betfair. Shares in the firm fell over 2pc in early London trading even as Betfair reported a 13pc rise in revenue to £91.
Betfair revenues rise as mobile phone gambling soars The number of bits placed using mobile phones during the three months was 15.8 million The Euro 2012 football championships helped Betfair post a jump in sales, with soaring numbers of people using
Today The mound of cheap Primark clothes piling up in the UK's collective wardrobes will be joined by similar size stacks across Europe as the budget fashion chain continues its expansion across the continent. Associated British Foods, the "throw-
The online betting exchange remains the most intriguing company in the gambling sector and the one that polarises opinion the most. Fans brook no criticism of the company, citing its record of innovation and the potential for overseas expansion.
Also of interest DEL MAR Jockey Eswan Flores' agent Joe Griffin Wednesday said he remains confident his client will ride again, but he's not sure when. Flores, for a reason or reasons still not disclosed, was taken off his six mounts Saturday and
Paddy Power profits boosted by football and online bets Paddy Power has been boosted by online betting Bookmaker Paddy Power has reported a rise in half-year profits thanks to accelerated growth in online gaming and aggressive marketing during the
03 p.m., Aug. 15, 2012 DEL MAR Del Mar made horseracing history today in the first race when nearly $3 million was bet on the 50-cent Pick 5. Andy Asaro, a handicapper and horseplayer advocate who calls for lower takeout on wagers, said Del Mar's
We have been aware of it for some time and we have told the authorities [in Victoria],'' the Betfair source said. ''It is the most serious case we have at the moment.'' The Age can also reveal that: Racing media identity Mark Hunter...A fourth