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MISSOURI RACING BILLS KILLED. Jefferson City. Mil. March 10. — The horse racing hill, providing for a system of pari-mutuel betting and for virtually the same regulations that govern races in Kentucky, was killed in the Senate by a vote of 12 to 10. The S nate also killed the Casey racing bill, which would have provided for a thirty-day annual raciag meeting iu St. Louis and Kansas City. This ends the chances for horse racing in Missouri at least for ::uothcr two years.