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On This Day In Australia: In 1984, the racehorse Fine Cotton was the centre of a substitution scam in Queensland


On 14 August 1984, the racehorse Fine Cotton was the centre of a substitution scam at Eagle Farm Racecourse, Brisbane, Queensland. A horse called Bold Personality had run the race disguised to resemble Fine Cotton, to deceive bookmakers for millions. Wagers on sporting events have always attracted undesirables looking for a way to cheat and … Continue reading

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