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Article: The Guardians of Racing’s Slow Death – NYTimes.com

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Well written-and reasoned-article.  The stats about average starts per year after Lasix are eye opening!

 The Guardians of Racing’s Slow Death – NYTimes.com
http://therail.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/10/the-guardians-of-racings-slow-death/

When injections of furosemide and doses of aminocaproic acid to control exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage are given to starters in the 143rd Belmont Stakes Saturday, it might be the last time an American Triple Crown race will ever be run on legal performance-enhancing drugs.

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