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This year's King Turkey Day Race Team members assembled for an official photograph Monday afternoon in downtown Worthington. Representing Worthington in the Great Gobbler Gallop will be (from left) team captain Susanne Murphy, handler Diane Remak...

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This year’s King Turkey Day Race Team members assembled for an official photograph Monday afternoon in downtown Worthington. Representing Worthington in the Great Gobbler Gallop will be (from left) team captain Susanne Murphy, handler Diane Remakel, coach Kirk Feit and handler Ashley Goettig. Worthington’s racing turkey, Paycheck, and Cuero, Texas, turkey Ruby Begonia have been competing against each other yearly since 1973. (Beth Rickers/Daily Globe)

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