....in this case, horse racing. Evidently, about 1000 race horses die each year due to injuries on the track, and this is in addition to how many others "put down" away from the track. The article also notes that "Big Brown" was a steroid freak on the level of Barry Bonds' reputation--and when the trainers took him off the bug juice, that was when he lost.
I've not no trouble with athletic events, but at a certain point, maybe we need to take into account that there just might be reasons that our bodies don't put on muscle beyond a certain point, and decline to use "better living through chemistry" to achieve what we could not otherwise. How much dog food needs to be made before we catch on to this principle?
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