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Old 12-08-2017, 07:39 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Ruffian1 View Post
Penn. National needs to be put down after something like this.

Nobody in racing can do this except for one group. YOU !!

The customers.

Damn veins popping out of the poor horses leg. This guy needs f'in jail !

This , along with the pics of the fire from California and the story of Mrs. Bellocq, who galloped horses for me when her husband ran my shed when I first started in 1976 are about it.

I can't deal this this crap any more.

I need a break.
The problem with a place like Penn is they DON'T WANT horse racing, so they don't care an might even relish the bad publicity. They'd be more than happy to become a casino only company. They certainly don't care if anyone is betting.
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