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Exercise Rider Dies Following Training Mishap At Belmont Park

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Racing Association said an exercise rider died after he was thrown from a horse during training at Belmont Park on Friday. 184 more words


Palladino: 'Firsts' Will Dominate Saturday's Hambletonian

By Ernie Palladino
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Football training camps are in full swing. Baseball has officially hit the dog days of August. The word “first” doesn’t even figure into the minds of those fans because, well, it’s just too early or the seasons are just too far gone. 726 more words


Keidel: California Chrome Is A Winner, Just Not To The Extent We Expected

By Jason Keidel
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All men have dated or married women that have made them wince while watching sports, asking the generic, agonizing questions about the game you cherish. 1,050 more words


ESPN Analyst Jeannine Edwards Discusses The Steve Coburn Apology

Jeannine Edwards is an analyst for ESPN who covers horse racing, and multiple college sports.

Jeannine joined Ed and Steve to talk about Steve Coburn’s apology after his post Belmont Stakes tirade. 464 more words


California Chrome Co-Owner Apologizes For 'Coward's Way Out' Outburst

NEW YORK (AP) — California Chrome co-owner Steve Coburn apologized Monday for his bitter remarks after his horse failed to win the Triple Crown.

Coburn said on ABC’s “Good Morning America” he was “very ashamed of myself. 324 more words


Kallas: Tonalist Was A Monster Right Before Coburn Acted The Clown At Belmont

By Steve Kallas
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While the focus Saturday evening at Belmont was correctly on California Chrome as he attempted to become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978, it was Tonalist who ran an unbelievable mile-and-a-half race to just beat out a dead game Commissioner. 1,714 more words


Coleman's Grille: California Chrome Owner Comes Up Small

The moaning and whining by the owner of California Chrome, Steve Coburn, was downright embarrassing after his horse failed to win the Belmont Stakes. Coburn complained on National TV : “I’ll never see, and I’m 61 years old, another Triple Crown winner in my lifetime because of the way they do this, It’s not fair to these horses that have been in the game since day one. 271 more words