Professional punter and husband of ex-Tabcorp manager fined over betting scam

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A professional punter whose wife quit her high-profile bookmaking role at Tabcorp has been fined $18,000 after Racing NSW found him guilty of using inside information to place bets.

Nathan Snow, who also quit as a director of a racehorse syndication company in 2019 when his wife Sally resigned from Tabcorp, has had his matter finalised after an investigation into betting activities spanning more than four years.

Racing NSW stewards found Nathan Snow guilty of seven charges – including backing horses on Betfair and with Tabcorp’s rival online bookmakers after receiving messages from his wife – and imposed the hefty fine, clearing him to return to the racing industry.

Sally Snow remains warned off and can’t attend any racetrack or training facility, or have an interest in a racehorse or place a bet on thoroughbred racing with a bookmaker, after she refused to hand over her phone for imaging or answer questions from stewards, asserting her common law privilege against self-incrimination.

Both Nathan and Sally Snow deleted their profiles on Twitter, now known as X, shortly after the drama engulfed Tabcorp.

Sally Snow had emerged as one of the faces of Tabcorp’s bookmaking operations during her rise to the company’s senior trading manager of thoroughbreds.

Nathan Snow removed himself as a director of Snow Eagle Racing in 2019. The company was a racing syndicator registered in South Australia who was seeking a licence in NSW at the time of the investigation by stewards.

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