Racehorses’ graves exhumed to make way for 3,000 homes at former Hollywood Park racetrack

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The remains of Native Driver — the first California-bred racehorse to earn more than $1 million — and two other champion racehorses are being exhumed from their graves at the former Hollywood Park racetrack, which closed in December and is being redeveloped into 3,000 homes and a retail shopping complex. The bones of the three horses are being moved to new resting places. Source: contracostatimes.com.