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Executive indecision

Updated: January 13, 2013, 6:14 PM ET
By Gary West | Special to ESPN.com

A racetrack president once explained that because he didn't want to confuse the public he was opposed to including too much information, especially all that folderol about Lasix and blinkers and workouts, in the track program. And can't you sleep more peacefully now knowing there's a racetrack executive who wants to spare you confusion?

Another racetrack, believe it or not, refused to pay off on a winning bet, arguing that because the simulcast signal went down the bet ...

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