Melbourne Cup horse racing trainer Darren Weir’s million-dollar winnings are under investigation

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ABOUT: Embattled horse trainer Darren Weir's million-dollar racing winnings are under scrutiny as police investigate alleged 'corrupt betting outcomes'.Victoria Police are assessing alleged conduct, which may have corrupted the outcome of races last year when Weir had multiple wins, The Herald Sun reported.Weir trained 10 Group 1 winners last year and his horses came in victorious on every major track in Melbourne, which resulted in a million-dollar prize pool.Among the massive winnings was a $1.2million victory at the Victoria derby at Flemington and a $602,000 win at the Caulfield's Memsie Stakes.Horses are now being removed from his stables following his recent charges of possessing electronic devices known as jiggers, which are illegal in racing.Several horses were on Saturday taken from his Ballarat stable, after Weir allegedly contacted new trainers and asked them to take the horses.Among the horses already relocated from Weir's stables are Group 1 winners Extra Brut, Land Of Plenty and Amphitrite.The champion trainer, who has more than 600 horses on his books, was charged by Racing Victoria stewards on Friday, two days after they and officers from the Victoria Police sports integrity unit raided his stables at Ballarat and Warrnambool.As well as being charged over the jiggers, Weir and his Warrnambool stable foreman, licensed trainer Jarrod McLean, have been charged with failing to answer stew