House Examines Thoroughbred Racing

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Da'Tara, Macho Again, and Big Brown at the start of the Belmont Stakes on June 7, 2008. Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images hide caption

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Drugs, gambling and horse deaths are at issue today when Congress considers thoroughbred racing. Alex Waldrop, president and CEO of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association and one of today's witnesses, discusses the state of the sport.

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