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Scott Bergsrud (Spokane):

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Article 4 of 17, Article ID: 9504130095
Published on April 13, 1995

NELSON DENIES PLAYING ROLE IN PLAYFAIR RACE-FIXING SCHEME \ HEARING EXPECTED TO CONCLUDE TODAY AS JOCKEY AGENT FIGHTS FOR LICENSE


Jockey agent LeRoy Nelson was not part of a race-fixing scheme at Playfair Race Course, Nelson's attorney contended Wednesday.Spokane lawyer Pat Stiley spent Day 3 of an administrative hearing poking at the state's contention that Nelson was among six who participated in the manipulation of races in November, 1993.Attorneys for the Washington Horse Racing Commission attempted to demonstrate before administrative law judge David G. Hansen how Nelson observed a betting

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Article 5 of 17, Article ID: 9504120085
Published on April 12, 1995

BERGSRUD IMPLICATES HIS EX-AGENT BANISHED JOCKEY TESTIFIES AGENT NELSON INQUIRED ABOUT FIXING PLAYFAIR HORSE RACES


Suspended jockey Scott Bergsrud testified Tuesday that his former agent asked him if he was interested in ``making some extra money'' by withholding his mount in a 1993 race in Spokane.The agent, LeRoy Nelson, is appealing a Washington Horse Racing Commission suspension of his license in a hearing at the state attorney general's office in Spokane.Nelson, of Vancouver, Wash., was one of six who were suspended last June for alleged race fixing at Playfair Race Course

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Article 6 of 17, Article ID: 9504130425
Published on April 11, 1995

PLAYFAIR JOCKEYS BANNED \ THREE-TIME CHAMPION BERGSRUD, PARKER CAN NO LONGER RIDE IN STATE

The leading jockey at Playfair Race Course accepted a stipulation Monday that amounts to a lifetime ban in the state of Washington.Scott Bergsrud, three-time defending riding champion here, will no longer be licensed to ride at any race track in the state following opening day of a hearing at the state attorney general's office in Spokane.Implicated by the Washington Horse Racing Commission in a race-fixing scheme at Playfair in November 1993, Bergsrud appeared Monday but did

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