By 7 p.m., the program had wrapped up for another week. As the workers rose to head back to their rooms, one of them, David Garcia, stepped forward. The 43-year-old groom, on the job for 20 years, said he's up and out the door at 3:30 a.m. every day. Then, with gloves and pitchfork, "I turn on the lights in the barn and clean the stalls." Garcia, a father of two, said he may leave the racetrack a few times a week to buy groceries or clothing. Asked how he viewed his temporary residency so far from home, he answered candidly, "I feel like a foreigner because I am a foreigner."