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California Horse Racing Board bans use of whips except in cases of racing safety

LOS ANGELES - In a move that is sure to spark a national debate, the California Horse Racing Board took the first step to abolishing the use of the whip in the state when it passed a rule that would restrict jockeys from using a riding crop except in rare cases

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