Too Little, Too Late: NJ Suspends Servis, Six Others

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Don Shapiro
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The New Jersey Racing Commission has suspended the licenses of seven individuals, including prominent trainer Jason Servis after at total of 27 people were indicted in a federal court on charges related to administering performance-enhancing drugs to horses.

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The suspensions were announced March 11 by the state's attorney general, Gurbir Grewal, and NJRC executive director Judith Nason. In addition to Servis of Jupiter, Fla., those suspended were Nicholas Surick of Jackson, N.J.; Dr. Rebecca Linke of Farmingdale, N.J.; Scott Mangini of Boca Raton, Fla.; Scott Robinson of Wesley Chapel, Fla.; Christopher Marino of Howell, N.J.; and Rick Dane Jr. of Port Jervis, N.Y.

- Don Shapiro,

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