No break on prison time for ex-polo boss John Goodman in DUI manslaughter case

It’ll be another 10 years before former Wellington polo mogul John Goodman is set free.

Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jeffrey Colbath on Friday denied Goodman’s request to reduce his 16-year state prison sentence for his 2014 conviction in a fatal drunken driving crash.

The ruling means the 55-year-old heir to a Texas heating and air conditioning fortune will continue to have a release date of Jan. 28, 2029, barring another development in the high-profile case.

Colbath wrote that he “carefully reviewed” the matter but otherwise did not elaborate in his one-page order.