Jim Chairusmi

Wall Street Journal

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Sports reporter for the Wall Street Journal and host of its podcast, the Sports Retort

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Tomorrow — for the second year in a row — it’s possible that a horse could win the last race in the Triple Crown — for the first time since 1978.

Why Horse Racing's Top Prize Is So Elusive

Tomorrow — for the second year in a row — it’s possible that a horse could win the last race in the Triple Crown — for the first time since 1978.

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