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Horse racing in California has suffered lately from low attendance, drugging scandals and the exposure of a dismal safety record. Then, an unlikely group of southern California trainers, a Mexican jockey and a horse nearly overlooked at auction combined to make a bid for the first Triple Crown in 34 years. [Note: After this program was aired, the horse, "I'll Have Another", was scratched due to a leg injury, and subsequently was retired from racing.] Reporter: Amy Isackson
End Music: "Fugue for Tinhorns" by the Ed Puddick Big Band, from the album "Guys & Dolls"