Hialeah Park was once one of the most elegant venues of Thoroughbred racing in the country. The physical facility remains gorgeous inside and out, but the racing product has deteriorated —
boiling it down — to a series of match races between 15-year-old Quarter Horses going 100 yards.
In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss how things devolved to this point in Florida racing and what might be done about it.
Plus, on the other side of the spectrum, it's possible this week's Royal Ascot meet has never had this many American owners and horses competing. Why might that be and what does it mean going forward?
Watch The Friday Show below.
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