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Before the race, there's the issue of politics, say fair officials

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Posted: Friday, February 19, 2010 12:00 am

In mid-June, the fresh smell of green grass and horses will greet visitors to the track during the San Joaquin Fair in Stockton. Scores of people will wager their hard-earned money, which helps subsidize jugglers, clowns and big-time recording artists elsewhere on the Stockton fairgrounds.

The horses have been racing in June for 20 years in Stockton. Before that, they raced for 100 years in August, when the fair was held during that month.

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