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Thoroughbred man pleads not guilty to match-fixing

04:37 PM 11 Sep 2018 NZST
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As reported by the New Zealand Herald a Palmerston North man appeared in court on a match-fixing charge in relation to a police investigation into the harness racing industry.

Brent Stephen Wall, 47, made a brief appearance in the Palmerston North District Court this morning, where he pleaded not guilty to deception by match-fixing.

Court documents allege that between May 18 and 22 he caused a loss of more than $1000 to other people by assisting a horse named Sportscaster to win with the intention of influencing the betting outcome.


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Courtesy of Kurt Bayer

New Zealand Herald

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