NEW YORK (AP) — Dominic Galluscio, a trainer with more than 1,000 winners during 34 years on the New York racing circuit, has died. He was 55The New York Racing Association said Tuesday he died of pancreatic cancer Monday night.Galluscio’s first winner as a trainer came at Aqueduct in 1981 with Cher Cheval. His 1,000th came at the Big A with Discreet Force on Feb. 17, 2013.
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