When Volponi, the 43-to-1 longshot, finished first in the 2002 Breeders' Cup Classic, the winning ticket worth $3.1 million was a ticket to prison for college fraternity brothers: a shy computer programmer and club-hopping ne'er-do-well in a criminal conspiracy that Vanity Fair called “One of the richest betting scams in the history of American sports!”
Evocative of the hit movies THE WOLF OF WALL STREET, CATCH ME IF YOU CAN and OCEAN'S 11, our feature film project LONGSHOT tells the true story of the crime that rocked the Thoroughbred Racing world.
This video is an ABC News interview of Glen DaSilva, the charismatic "ring leader" of the frat boys' conspiracy.
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