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Trainer rides to the rescue

Lindemann is helping Suffolk horses avoid slaughterhouse

Thanks to Lorita Lindemann, Suffolk Downs has become the first thoroughbred track in the nation to implement a rule banning for life any trainer who sells a horse for slaughter. Thanks to Lorita Lindemann, Suffolk Downs has become the first thoroughbred track in the nation to implement a rule banning for life any trainer who sells a horse for slaughter. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
By Stan Grossfeld
Globe Staff / September 17, 2008

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The Angel of Suffolk Downs is a gentle soul, always smiling, except when asked about the Killer. (Full article: 1440 words)

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