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Horse Racing / California Chrome #1123144

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 04, 2014
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(Studio: Maurice DuBois) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Elmont, New York: Michelle Miller) The much-needed boost for the sport of horse racing if California Chrome should win the Belmont Stakes and the Triple Crown featured; details given about the drop in betting and attendance at tracks, the tainted image of the sport, and competition from casino gambling. [Trainer Art SHERMAN††- comments.] [Jockey Gary STEVENS††- says if Chrome doesn’t win he’s going to be another statistic.] [Co-trainer Alan SHERMAN††- says Chrome has put fans back in the stands.] The background of Chrome’s owners Perry Martin†† & Steve Coburn†† reviewed. [MARTIN - comments.]

DuBois, Maurice;
Miller, Michelle

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