05/08/2007 11:00PM

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Ramon Dominguez, 30, recorded his 3,000th victory when he guided the 3-year-old filly Astor Park to a win Wednesday's fifth race at Delaware Park. . . . Ten Cents a Shine, the Grade 2 winner who brought owners Ken and Sarah Ramsey to the Kentucky Derby for the first time in 2003, was euthanized after breaking his right foreleg in several places, Ken Ramsey said Tuesday night. The 7-year-old Ten Cents a Shine unseated his jockey and galloped loose while running in a training race on the flat at the Winterthur, Del., steeplechase meet on May 6, Ramsey said. . . . Television Games Network, the horse racing broadcast and account-wagering company, has reached an agreement to provide U.S. racing coverage to the Dubai Sports Channel, which reaches 1.5 million homes in the United Arab Emirates and another seven million homes in the Middle East. It is illegal to wager in most countries in the Middle East.