Charges were dismissed Monday against two former New York Racing Association employees, one a Hall of Fame jockey, for allegedly conspiring to allow overweight jockeys to ride in thoroughbred races in New York in 2004.

Saratoga County Judge Jerry Scarano ruled that the case against Braulio Baeza and Mario Sclafani initiated by former Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, was not supported by sufficient evidence.

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