Steven and Carolyn Coburn, co-owners of California Chrome, react during the Breeders’ Cup Classic. California Chrome finished third, earning $500,000 and likely more time on the track. If he had run poorly, his owners were considering retiring their star.
Steven and Carolyn Coburn, co-owners of California Chrome, react during the Breeders’ Cup Classic. California Chrome finished third, earning $500,000 and likely more time on the track. If he had run poorly, his owners were considering retiring their star. Matt Sayles Invision
Steven and Carolyn Coburn, co-owners of California Chrome, react during the Breeders’ Cup Classic. California Chrome finished third, earning $500,000 and likely more time on the track. If he had run poorly, his owners were considering retiring their star. Matt Sayles Invision

Bayern survives inquiry, wins Breeders’ Cup Classic

November 01, 2014 09:24 PM

UPDATED November 01, 2014 10:50 PM

Comments

More Videos

  • 'The best moment of my life': What football means to Placer's Andrew Garza

    Placer High School linebacker Andrew Garza says football provides him stability in a life that has seen its share of trials and tribulations.