California Chrome was 2-5 to win the Awesome Again Stakes and scored easily in a prep for the BC Classic on Nov. 5. California Chrome was the 2014 Horse of the Year, the year Espinoza rode him to wins in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes. Stellar Wind, the champion 3-year-old filly of 2015, won her second consecutive Grade 1 race in the Zenyatta as the 2-1 choice. She beat Beholder, the three-time champion. Stellar Wind will run in the BC Distaff on Nov. 4. Those three give Espinoza a strong team of runners for Breeders Cup weekend here on Nov. 4-5.
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Not just a tremendous body of work but how long hes been doing it and how great he still is. So its pretty cool. Fans in the sellout crowd turned to look up at Scully with their standing ovation and held signs as a Scully video welcomed fans on the scoreboard shortly before first pitch at AT&T Park, where he has been riding in and out of the ballpark on Hall of Famer Willie Mays golf cart and had some time to reminisce with the Say Hey Kid on Saturday. interview skills 2015The 88-year-old Scully politely declined any kind of on-field celebration offered by the Giants. San Francisco then jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first. Just as it has been for two years, the Dodgers are in trouble at AT&T Park, Scully said. The sun has broken through the clouds and it is shining on the Giants for the moment. Discover More HereScullys booth featured a special security detail all weekend, and Scully had several personal drivers to get around the city. He handled the Giants broadcast in the third inning, then said while San Francisco fans might consider it no big deal, it was for him, noting his appreciation of the thoughtful gesture. The Oakland Raiders took out a full-page ad in the San Francisco Chronicle honoring Scully with the NFL teams longtime catchphrase, Commitment to Excellence. VIN MISS U ALREADY one sign blared. The media cafeteria featured cupcakes with an edible message of Thank You Vin with a tiny microphone.
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