Parmer, Charles B.
June 1933
Saturday Evening Post;6/3/1933, Vol. 205 Issue 49, p14
The article provides information on touts, a group of people who provides tips to a casual horse racing gambler. It cites the strategies used by stouts to encourage individuals to bet on a certain horse. Touts are sometimes banned from first-class tracks. It cites the different classification of touts.


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