05/29/2012 3:50PM

Pena hearing on possible license suspension postponed


A hearing scheduled for May 30 to consider the New York Racing and Wagering Board’s decision to suspend indefinitely the license of harness trainer Lou Pena after charging him with 1,719 medication violations was postponed Tuesday at the request of Pena’s attorney, according to the board. The hearing will be scheduled after the attorneys for both sides confer and agree on a “mutually available date,” the board said.

Morris More than 1 year ago
if any one trainer has1710 test barn violations, & is still training, it could only mean 1 or 2 things. either the stewards dropped the ball, or the stewards are in someones pocket. to tell the truth ,its probaly both. "an ole railbird"