As our writer cheered on his three-year-old at the Strider Cup in Texas—a merciless race replete with tears, anxiety, and elation—he had one question: Is intense competition good for the tiniest of...
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And U.S. fans have made the sport’s culture of booze, brats, and revelry all their own.
Drug testing comes to amateur racing. But do we really need it?