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A day after latest horse death at Santa Anita, it's anything but business as usual

LOS ANGELES - It was a sunny, picturesque Friday morning at Santa Anita, but the television trucks lined up side by side made it clear it was anything but business as usual.

The sound of hoofbeats pounding against the dirt track carried with it a hold-your-breath feeling, all with the realistic concern that the equine death toll at the track doesn't stop at

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