Horse racing reaches critical moment following rash of deaths

Horse racing reaches critical moment following rash of deaths

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Horse racing has a history full of beloved names, such as Secretariat, Seabiscuit, and Man o' War. But growing concern over the number of horses killed on race tracks, an average of 10 a week, is forcing the racing industry to reassess how it conducts its business. Some are calling for more regulation, while others want an outright ban. Don Dahler reports.

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