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'There has been no promotion because there is nothing to promote' - will Premier racing recover from its stuttering start?

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Lee MottersheadSenior writer

They were offered an open goal and willingly took it.

When industry figures were told this special report had a working title, 'Premier racing, the story so far', a not inconsiderable number smashed back a rapid retort.

"Well, that won't take very long," said one after another, their common response a powerful commentary on the stuttering start made by a project British racing's leaders launched to considerable fanfare.

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