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Special (Million Dollar Kid) #492557

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 01, 1977
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(Studio) Report on 16-yr.-old jockey.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) Details of rise of jockey Steve Cauthen. (Films of Cauthen racing shown; in 1, at Santa Anita, he rides horse named "Has To Run.") [CAUTHEN - talks about how he handles horses.] Cauthen's lifestyle noted. [CAUTHEN - tells what he does in spare time.] Cauthen was brought up in Walton, Kentucky. [CAUTHEN - talks about father.] [Tex CAUTHEN - tells of son's experience as younger boy, in 4-H shows, etc.] [CAUTHEN - talks about coping with fame he now has.]
REPORTER: Betty Rollin

Chancellor, John;
Rollin, Betty

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