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Latest horse death at Santa Anita leaves racing's giants fearing the worst

LOS ANGELES - The television cameras lined up horizontally every 15 feet, facing the Santa Anita race track with the San Gabriel Mountains in the background, a view that for the horse racing industry has become an unwelcome staple of morning television.

It was here Monday morning that track operators, trainers, jockeys and media specialists once again tried to convince viewers that every possible thing was being done to stem the rise of horse deaths at Santa Anita. Less than

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