Sport: Scoreboard, may 27, 1957

¶ The more he thought about the Kentucky Derby, the more Veteran Jockey Eddie Arcaro was embarrassed by the memory of Calumet's Iron Liege finishing so far in front of him. "It was my fault," decided Eddie. "I shouldn't have held Bold Ruler back; I shouldn't have run his race for him." So when Wheatley Stable's dark bay colt went to the post at Pimlico for the 81st running of the Preakness, Eddie went along just for the ride. He let Bold Ruler break for the lead, thought nothing of scrapping with sprint star...

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