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Corruption probe sparks RV audit

RACING Victoria is reportedly set to seek an audit into the betting accounts of two men caught up in an IBAC anti-corruption probe.

The ABC reported on Monday afternoon that Racing Victoria had ordered the investigation into the accounts of Cr Geoff Ablett and property developer John Woodman.

The hearing previously heard that Victorian-based racehorse bloodstock management company Spicer Thoroughbreds had been involved in payments to a councillor caught up in the corruption probe.

The hearing had heard that Casey councillor Sam Aziz received $5000 per month so he could supposedly purchase racehorses for wealthy Chinese buyers.

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Article written by: Paul Tatnell

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