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- My dad was a angry man and got hurt early and caught the fear, couldn't race anymore.
Only time he'd hug me was when he'd take me to the tracks. I'd the bets for him and hold his beer, but then when them horses came racing out of that gate with the jockeys, [? woo, ?] I'd imagine them flying off to some other place, where they couldn't get hurt. No one was scared, just a better world. Then, they'd cross that finish line, pop would slam his beer, stare at me, remind me how I was bad luck.
Then, he'd [? nab ?] me another wad lot of cash, and have me place some more bets.