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June 12, 2014 5:32 PM

Racing industry has a good case, so why hide it?

Texas horse and dog racetracks and their supporters have solid arguments that they should be allowed to conduct wagering on “historical racing,” a technology that displays races previously run at licensed racetracks, removes identifying markings but allows bettors to use official handicapping information before testing their luck/skill.

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