‘Corrupt’ Harness Racing Trainer Sold Victim Non-Existent HorseWritten by: Philip Conneller

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A harness racing trainer from Christchurch, New Zealand has been sentenced to seven months’ home detention for a series of racing industry frauds, including selling a victim a fictitious horse. Mitchell Kerr, 30, has also been ordered to attend problem gambling courses and to pay back around 2.6% of an estimated NZ$250,000 (US$156,000) fleeced from
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