Ed Halpern

Executive Director of California Thoroughbred Trainers

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Executive Director of California Thoroughbred Trainers

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Woth $4.1 billion a year, California is the biggest horse-racing state in the nation, but it's falling behind on enforcement of rules against the drugging of horses.

Rising Drug Use on California's Horse Racing Tracks?

Woth $4.1 billion a year, California is the biggest horse-racing state in the nation, but it's falling behind on enforcement of rules against the drugging of horses.

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