Some say a culture of drugs and lax regulation at race tracks is behind the nation’s high fatality rate for horses.
Breakdown: Part One
Jockeys are on the front lines of the risky business of horse racing. Twenty-four horses a week die at racetracks around the country.
Breakdown: Part Two
Source: Mangled Horses, Maimed Jockeys
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