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Curlin Beats Street Sense by a Nose at Preakness

For a few very exciting seconds there, I thought we had a shot at the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978. No luck this time. Maybe next year.

Here's the story from the AP.

Update: For those who are horse racing fans, here's video of one of the most famous horse races of all time: the match race between Seabiscuit and War Admiral:


Comments (3)

If you don't know those are... (Below threshold)
cirby:

If you don't know those are the names of horses, that title makes no sense whatsoever.

Damn it! There goes 50 buck... (Below threshold)

Damn it! There goes 50 bucks.

Sabers and Senators overtim... (Below threshold)
Imhotep:

Sabers and Senators overtime was not shown (at least here on the West Coast) on NBC because that Fn midget Bob Costas had to do his 90 minute run up to the Preakness Race.

Somebody should be fired!




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