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Horseracing in Italy Struggles - 28 May 2009
Horseracing in Italy Struggles - 28 May 2009
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOTR2
May 28, 2009
A woman makes her bets at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying...
Milan, Italy
To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/
A woman makes her bets at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Picture taken May 23, 2009. To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/ REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY SPORT HORSE RACING)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOTT2
May 28, 2009
People wait for the start of a race at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's...
Milan, Italy
To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/
People wait for the start of a race at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Picture taken May 23, 2009. To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/ REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY SPORT HORSE RACING)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMD
May 28, 2009
Two unidentified jockeys are pictured before a horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May...
Milan, Italy
Two unidentified jockeys are pictured before a horserace in Milan.
Two unidentified jockeys are pictured before a horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVME
May 28, 2009
People look at an unidentified horse at the ring parade before the start of race at the San Siro horserace...
Milan, Italy
People look at an unidentified horse at the ring parade before the start of race in Milan.
People look at an unidentified horse at the ring parade before the start of race at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMH
May 28, 2009
People watch a horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying...
Milan, Italy
People watch a horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan.
People watch a horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOU3K
May 28, 2009
A man holds his bet receipts at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying...
Milan, Italy
To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/
A man holds his bet receipts at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Picture taken May 23, 2009. To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/ REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY SPORT HORSE RACING)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOU3M
May 28, 2009
People sit on the tribune at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying...
Milan, Italy
To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/
People sit on the tribune at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Picture taken May 23, 2009. To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/ REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY SPORT HORSE RACING)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOU5P
May 28, 2009
People react during a race at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying...
Milan, Italy
To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/
People react during a race at the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Picture taken May 23, 2009. To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/ REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY SPORT HORSE RACING)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOU5V
May 28, 2009
A bet receipt is seen on the floor of the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's...
Milan, Italy
To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/
A bet receipt is seen on the floor of the San Siro horseracing center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Picture taken May 23, 2009. To match feature ITALY-HORSERACING/ REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY SPORT HORSE RACING)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMN
May 28, 2009
Bet receipts are seen on the betting center's floor at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23,...
Milan, Italy
Bet receipts are seen on the betting center's floor in Milan.
Bet receipts are seen on the betting center's floor at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMU
May 28, 2009
People watch on a screen the replay of an horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23,...
Milan, Italy
People watch on a screen the replay of an horserace in Milan.
People watch on a screen the replay of an horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMT
May 28, 2009
Bookmakers count money at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying...
Milan, Italy
Bookmakers count money at the San Siro horserace center in Milan
Bookmakers count money at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMS
May 28, 2009
Bettors make their bets at the bookmakers box at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009....
Milan, Italy
Bettors make their bets at the bookmakers box in Milan.
Bettors make their bets at the bookmakers box at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMM
May 28, 2009
A bookmaker writes the bet quotes on a board at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009....
Milan, Italy
A bookmaker writes the bet quotes on a board at the San Siro horserace center in Milan.
A bookmaker writes the bet quotes on a board at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMP
May 28, 2009
A bookmaker writes a bet quote on a board at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's...
Milan, Italy
A bookmaker writes the a quote on a board at the San Siro horserace center in Milan.
A bookmaker writes a bet quote on a board at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMV
May 28, 2009
People watch the replay of an horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's...
Milan, Italy
People the replay of an horserace in Milan
People watch the replay of an horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVMJ
May 28, 2009
Bettors react during a horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once...
Milan, Italy
Bettors react during a horserace in Milan.
Bettors react during a horserace at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
ITALY-HORSERACING/
RTXOVML
May 28, 2009
Bettors make their bets at the bookmakers box at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009....
Milan, Italy
Bettors make their bets at the bookmakers box in Milan
Bettors make their bets at the bookmakers box at the San Siro horserace center in Milan May 23, 2009. Italy's once high-flying horseracing industry is flagging, with bets shrinking and prime horseflesh leaving, and the sector has turned to the government for a rescue plan. Once a prestige sport bankrolled by industrialists and status seekers, horserace bets were off 16 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, bucking an overall upturn in the nearly 50 billion euro Italian betting market. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY)
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