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September 25, 1999 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the rare day that Hawksley Hill finished first in a photo finish, he became another racing rarity, a disqualified horse in a $1-million race. "The horse doesn't know," said Hawksley Hill's pensive trainer, Neil Drysdale, trying to accentuate the positive. "The horse still ran a winning race." While Drysdale awaits shipment of the race videotape from Canada, he's quietly accepting the stewards' decision last Sunday at Woodbine.
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SPORTS
September 25, 1999 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the rare day that Hawksley Hill finished first in a photo finish, he became another racing rarity, a disqualified horse in a $1-million race. "The horse doesn't know," said Hawksley Hill's pensive trainer, Neil Drysdale, trying to accentuate the positive. "The horse still ran a winning race." While Drysdale awaits shipment of the race videotape from Canada, he's quietly accepting the stewards' decision last Sunday at Woodbine.
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February 16, 2001 | LARRY STEWART
Fox is just getting to know the good ol' boys of NASCAR. Lesson No. 1: Don't mess with sponsors. NASCAR has grown accustomed to free advertising. Everything is a billboard--the cars, the drivers' outfits, their caps--and ESPN, ABC, CBS and other networks that have covered the sport have always willingly put these billboards on the air. And the announcers would often identify cars by sponsor names, free of charge.
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