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Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Horse Racing #108821

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 26, 1987
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dick Schaap) Brewers-Orioles, Mets-Saint Louis baseball games and performances of individual players (named) reported; scenes shown. Boston-Chicago and other NBA basketball games detailed; performances of individual players (named) mentioned. Scenes shown.

(Lexington, Kentucky: Dan Lovett) Claiborne Farm's history of producing Kentucky Derby winners such as Secretariat, Spectacular Bid, Mr. Prospector featured; details given, scenes shown. [Darby Dan Farm owner Dan GALBREATH - cites risks involved in such operations.] [Claiborne assistant manager Gus KOCH - agrees; recalls Swale as example] Outcome of recent race for Alysheba recalled. [Alysheba owners Clarence SCHARBAUER and WIFE - comment on industry] [Alysheba trainer Jack VAN BERG - comments.] [GALBREATH - cites need for optimism.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Lovett, Dan;
Schaap, Dick

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