E-mail major issue in race hearing over trainer’s ban. A former employee of Woodbine Entertainment Group has admitted that he wrongfully hacked into the personal e-mail of Hugh Mitchell, WEG’s senior vice-president of racing. Ken Hornick, who now works for Standardbred Canada, told Mitchell in an e-mail yesterday that he regretted his ”evil” actions. The news that someone had infiltrated Woodbine’s e-mail surfaced during testimony at an Ontario Racing Commission hearing last Friday that dealt with whether WEG should be allowed to ban trainer Bill Robinson from its tracks after one of his horses showed a high reading of a banned substance. Full Story
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