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Breeders' Cup 2017

Second season of ‘Jockeys’ to begin on Friday

The second season of “Jockeys” will debut on Friday on Animal Planet with an expanded format and a focus on the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (G1).

Episode 1 – Life Is a Gamble
Game on! Santa Anita’s gates are re-opening and the jockeys are back, ready to gamble with their lives for a chance to make history and to grab a spot in the Kentucky Derby. Last year, a devastating crash forced “Jockeys” newcomer Corey Nakatani out of the game for two months. Now, this “bad boy” of the horse racing world is ready to fight his way back to the top. Meanwhile, young trainer Kristin Mulhall is playing a high-stakes game of poker in what’s known as a “claiming race” with a promising horse named BullyBullyBully. A claiming race increases a horse’s chance to advance its racing career; each horse entered is available for purchase at a fixed price prior to the race, and if a horse is selected, the owner must sell. Kristin and BullyBullyBully’s jockey, Chantal Sutherland, stand to win big—but only if they can keep the horse’s true talent a secret from the rest of the horse racing world.

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