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Back in the saddle

After getting run out of racing in three states, Sipp has settled in at Suffolk Downs

By Marc Carig
Globe Correspondent / August 20, 2005

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''I'm through with racing. I'm not going to fight it anymore. I'm selling my track and getting out." -- Trainer Burton Sipp to the Cleveland Plain Dealer in 1994, after Ohio racing officials revoked his training license a week after it was granted because he failed to mention prior legal troubles in his application . (Full article: 2198 words)

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