"A different kind of political massacre is unfolding in horse racing at the local level, though it will have ripple effects throughout the country. Shockingly, Joe Gorajec, who for nearly 25 years has been executive director of the Indiana Horse Racing Commission, has gotten word he is being fired this Saturday by his politically appointed superiors."

If horse racing wasn't a rudderless ghost ship, governed in an anachronistic regulatory morass, Joe would probably getting yearly awards, not fired. But it is. And it's shameful.

Great piece by Paulick. Please give it a read if you're interested. 

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