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Sports: Tennis, Soccer, Horse Racing #103498

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 07, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(NYC: Jim Lampley) Chris Evert Lloyd's defeat of Martina Navratilova at French Open reported; scenes shown courtesy NBC Sports. Status of World Cup soccer tournament in Mexico reported; individual player mentioned. Scores listed on screen. Horse trainer Charlie Whittingham's Ferdinand recalled winning Kentucky Derby. Trainer Walter Kelly profiled. [Woody STEPHENS, WHITTINGHAM - praise Kelly.] Prospects for Kelly's Johns Treasure at Belmont Stakes considered. [KELLY - discusses his job, life.] [Owner John MORRELL - trusts Kelly.] [KELLY - comments.] Johns Treasure's showing today against Danzig Connection and Ferdinand mentioned.

Lampley, Jim;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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