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From the blast of Internet news and commentary that followed the resignation of Greg Avioli from the Breeders’ Cup, a person reading the horse racing press this past Friday might have easily concluded that the ruler of Oman had stepped down.

People change jobs every day but this move was revolutionary. It wasn’t just that there was an abdication of the throne at one of the Sport of Kings’ top institutions. But the person wearing the crown was leaving at the bidding of a man with a hat size, and a reputation to boot, that are bigger than Barry Bonds’s. Read More

 

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