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NYRA's new safety steward makes sure rules followed on Saratoga backstretch

Hugh Gallagher a NYRA Safety Steward, talks about his job at the Saratoga Race Course Oklahoma Track on Wednesday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Hugh Gallagher a NYRA Safety Steward, talks about his job at the Saratoga Race Course Oklahoma Track on Wednesday morning.
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Read all the stories in The Saratoga Summer series here. All it took was one look at Rumba’s stall door to grab Hugh Gallagher’s attention. The 3-year-old filly lacked the bold red-and-white ‘horse in today’ sign required to be posted on the stalls of all thoroughbreds scheduled to run at the Saratoga Race Course on any given day. And the absence of one for Rumba — a horse set to run in the third race ...


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