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Behind the Scenes at Pimlico: The Story of the Three Stewards
Updated: Thursday, May 15 2014, 07:33 PM EDT
A part of Pimlico that is usually kept hidden is the Steward's Perch, the place where tough horse-racing decisions are made.
John Burke, Adam Campola and Phillip Grove are the race stewards. Two ex-jockeys and one former trainer, few know the game better than these three men. Together they have more than 150 years of horse-racing experience.
That experience is crucial.
Together the three make the calls on any disputes, as the ultimate enforcer of the race rules using binoculars, and their own judgment.