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Tag: Horse Racing
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February 17, 2000 | 7:00 pmFrom the first question, the interview sank like a rock.
"Jews in horse racing. What kind of story is that?" the famous- person's voice bellowed over the phone. "You're 20 years too late!"
"There was Maxwell Glick and Sam Rubin and Hirsh Jacobs and Eugene Kline. A guy like Maxwell...