Torn apart by money - Ruidoso News

Torn apart by money - Ruidoso News

There are 7 comments on the Ruidoso News story from Sep 9, 2010, titled Torn apart by money - Ruidoso News. In it, Ruidoso News reports that:

Every time she read about "the Miller Estate" owning a significant portion of the land on which Ruidoso Downs Race Track sits, Jotyne Wright said she bristled.

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mary ann moorhouse

Mayhill, NM

#1 Sep 10, 2010
So this whole thing MAY be about the property & not the track.....very interesting. ALL that property ownership is some what questionable...Lawyers & money seem to quietly figure in here. Keep your eyes & ears open. Land is valuable...a track can come & go. Jim Stoddard now has political input in Ruidoso politics..he came here with Hubbard as a long time acquaintance. He and his wife Jean have or do, work for Hubbard Enterprises. Mrs Stoddard has been appointed the interim General track Manager (due the current one resigning) until another is appointed. Is this interesting? I think so...
fscott

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Sep 10, 2010
I spend my money at the gay clothing stores.
Spectator

Hobbs, NM

#3 Sep 10, 2010
mary ann moorhouse wrote:
So this whole thing MAY be about the property & not the track.....very interesting. ALL that property ownership is some what questionable...Lawyers & money seem to quietly figure in here. Keep your eyes & ears open. Land is valuable...a track can come & go. Jim Stoddard now has political input in Ruidoso politics..he came here with Hubbard as a long time acquaintance. He and his wife Jean have or do, work for Hubbard Enterprises. Mrs Stoddard has been appointed the interim General track Manager (due the current one resigning) until another is appointed. Is this interesting? I think so...
Wouldn't it be delightful to be rid of them all?
thanks Jotyne

AOL

#4 Sep 10, 2010
This interview is a goldmine of information.

Yep, that land is worth a pretty penny.
toonces

Hobbs, NM

#5 Sep 10, 2010
The whole thing reeks of corruption, yet our supposed friends and merchants are rallying behind this jet setting lothario?

To the anti GRT people, there is a name you left off your boycott list:
Consuela's Escorts of Juarez

The whores who work for consuela prance around with YES ON GRT tassles on their n*pples.
mary ann moorhouse

Mayhill, NM

#6 Sep 12, 2010
Toonces(the driving cat) Lampooning & stylish barbs will accomplish nothing. Most of your post was well over the people's interest you are trying to reach. I took the time to tell you...but from now on, your "fun" name will be bypassed, knowing it is not worth a serious read...
Pragmatist

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Apr 3, 2017
mary ann moorhouse wrote:
Toonces(the driving cat) Lampooning & stylish barbs will accomplish nothing. Most of your post was well over the people's interest you are trying to reach. I took the time to tell you...but from now on, your "fun" name will be bypassed, knowing it is not worth a serious read...
R.I.P. Mary Ann Moorhouse. So sorry to hear this :(. Another "good one" gone. Sad.

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