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Horses Have Continued To Die As New Season Begins At Santa Anita Park

NPR Monday, 21 October 2019
The Santa Anita race track near Los Angeles is preparing for the high profile Breeders' Cup next month. But horse deaths have continued this season, despite government investigations.
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News video: 34th Horse Dies at Santa Anita Park in Less Than a Year

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Another horse had to be put down at Santa Anita Park on Saturday, becoming the 34th horse to die at the track since December.

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