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In search of greener pastures

Updated: November 14, 2012, 2:35 PM ET
By Paul Moran | Special to ESPN.com

Everything is better over there.

Racing in the rest of the world, where medication is prohibited for use on race day is pure as the driven snow. Trainers are far more skilled than their American counterparts. Veterinarians qualify for sainthood. Rules are stringent and dutifully observed in lands far away.

Everything is better over there. No Lasix. No bute. Nothing except hay, oats and water. They're just better than we are and, of course, no one colors outside the lines.

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