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Social media, transparency good for the sport

Craig Bernick believes if you’re going to celebrate the highs in horse racing, you can’t run and hide when you are hit by the lows. Bernick, grandson of Glen Hill Farm founder Leonard Lavin and president and CEO of the racing and breeding operation since April 2008, took to Twitter… Read More


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