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Jockeys Fight In Winner’s Circle At Breeders Cup (Video)
When Spike introduced their idea for a midget wrestling show, I thought they hit the jackpot. Unfortunately, it didn’t work out all that well, but that hasn’t stopped those in the horse racing business from trying to bring that idea back to life.
Following the 2010 Breeders Cup Marathon, the opening championship race on Friday’s Breeders Cup card, 5’4 116-pound Calvin Borel went at it with 5’1, 110-pound Javier Castellano in the winner’s circle.
Castellano was riding Prince Will I Am, and after crossing the finish line in second place, he was disqualified for interfering with another horse, which almost sent several riders down in a chain reaction. Borel benefited from the disqualification as it bumped his horse, A.U. Miner, into third place, but a place on the podium was clearly not enough to calm down an incredibly angry Borel.
Just look at the rage in those eyes!
Hat Tip – [Courier-Journal]