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Luigi Bruschelli "Trecciolino"  representing the Tartuca  neighborhood, celebrates after winning the Palio, the famous break-neck bareback horse race around Piazza del Campo, Siena's main piazza, Italy, Monday, Aug. 16,  2010. The annual Palio pits Siena neighborhoods against one another and its a major tourist draw for this Tuscan city. Each neighborhood puts up a horse and rider to race three times around the slippery, dirt covered cobblestone track. (AP Photo/Paolo Lazzeroni)
Photo by: PAOLO LAZZERONI
Luigi Bruschelli "Trecciolino" representing the Tartuca neighborhood, celebrates after winning the Palio, the famous break-neck bareback horse race around Piazza del Campo, Siena's main piazza, Italy, Monday, Aug. 16, 2010. The annual Palio pits Siena neighborhoods against one another and its a major tourist draw for this Tuscan city. Each neighborhood puts up a horse and rider to race three times around the slippery, dirt covered cobblestone track. (AP Photo/Paolo Lazzeroni)

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