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Steinbrenner's Influence and Boldness Did a lot for Florida

My memory includes an indelible image of George Steinbrenner standing before members of the then-Florida Thoroughbred Breeders' Association poised with a large sledge hammer painted gold. It was his scepter, given to him in the fall of 1989 when he was elected president of the association's board... Read More

 

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Steinbrenner's baseball legacy will always eclipse his love of thoroughbred race horses, as a owner, competitor & fan of the "sport of kings". Horse racing needs more such as George.

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