Tuesday, December 9, 2008


Dandy Wire to Wire column by CBS legal analyst and horse owner Andrew Cohen on accountability in racing.

On the human side of harness racing, accountability is too often a joke. Or more like an insult.

He goes on to outline several items that he is scratching his head over. Our horses move at fast speeds - the Beach's second quarter in the Meadowlands Pace was about 36 miles an hour - but our sport moves a little more slowly. I am not sure it could beat a turtle carrying a fat man, while dragging a sled of bricks.

Things move fast in the digital world as we spoke about here. The business world is getting it. Companies are moving at laser-like speed to address concerns, sometimes addressing them in minutes like here. I think we might want to get cracking.

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