Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Chairman Bob Beck, who supported a ban on Lasix, talked with reporters about sending a message to the rest of the industry and framing the debate on banning race-day medications. Photo by Janet Patton | Staff
Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Chairman Bob Beck, who supported a ban on Lasix, talked with reporters about sending a message to the rest of the industry and framing the debate on banning race-day medications. Photo by Janet Patton | Staff
Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Chairman Bob Beck, who supported a ban on Lasix, talked with reporters about sending a message to the rest of the industry and framing the debate on banning race-day medications. Photo by Janet Patton | Staff

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