Harness-racing raids, charges a shock - horse trainer
Trainers and punters have spoken of their shock over the inquiry into race fixing in the harness racing industry. Ten people including top harness racing figures have been charged with race fixing and the possession and supply of drugs after a 17 month investigation and police aren't ruling out further arrests or raids. Yesterday the Cambridge Raceway held its first harness racing meeting since the scandal hit the headlines. Our reporter Anneke Smith filed this report from south of Hamilton.