The unfunny and unentertaining side to horse racing is when you go broke gambling.
You probably won't hear anything at the Eclipse Awards next week about losing your shirts and shorts at the races. The only mention of getting skinned is as an afterthought sometimes seen at the back of a racing program, something like: If you're losing your funds and your mind gambling, call this number for assistance.
Gamblers Anonymous doesn't seem to be one of the more cinematic rehabs. Nobody on ...
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