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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Case Planning His Return

According to HRU, Walter Case Jr. is planning his return to the sulky, retaining a lawyer to help ease his way back and to represent him at what will likely be a number of hearings.  After getting his USTA record corrected (as apparently there were some erroneous listings due to commissions not sending all dispositions to the USTA), Case will seek a USTA license to make it easier to get into the states he wishes to race in.

Once the USTA issue has been addressed (one way or the other),  Case will be seeking licenses in New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and possibly Ohio.  Case will not be racing come January, but with luck we will see him racing soon afterwards.  The question is which state will license him first.  Make no mistake, there will be condition on his license, but it will be good to see him back.  My prediction is New Jersey will be the first state to license him.  We will see.

1 comment:

Pacingguy said...

He would have to apply for a license to race at Plainridge and there is no indication he did so.

I would imagine the stratgy is to get him racing at the big venues; not the smaller purse tracks.

I doubt he was banned.