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Belmont: California Chrome's run at history has hometown breathless
Belmont: California Chrome's run at history has hometown breathless

John Harris owns an agricultural empire of beef and pistachios, and a hotel known to most Californians who have ever traveled Interstate 5 through the Central Valley, but on a recent day his attention was fixed on a message spelled out in red Solo cups. The sixth-graders at Centerville Elementary had put 150 of them in a chain-link fence to write "Go Cali Chrome." "I get a real kick out of that," said Harris, who owns the horse farm where California Chrome was born. ------------ FOR THE RECORD: California Chrome: In the June 6 Section A, an article about California Chrome's Central Valley ties said that the thoroughbred's sire, Lucky Pulpit, never won a race...

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