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Sports / Football / Baseball / Horse Racing #62627

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 12, 1980
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(Studio) NFL (National Football League) football scores given. Tapes shown courtesy NFL (National Football League) `80. Report re: National League baseball championship series game between Houston Astros and Philadelphia Phillies given. Promotional announcement for final playoff game made. Breeding of thoroughbred horses described. Report features Spectacular Bid with harness racing horse Niatross. [Trainer Geldon MILLER, and Jockey Willie SHOEMAKER - comment on quality of 2 horses.] Tapes shown courtesy CBS Sports and WGRB Owners of 2 horses noted. Niatross reported partly owned by a syndicate. [Bud DELP - says it is a privilege to train a great horse.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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