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Jockey Chris McCarron Plays Not My Job

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Hall of Fame jockey Chris McCarron has won every race a jockey can win ... from the Kentucky Derby to ... let's be honest — who cares about those other ones? These days, he trains jockeys at the North American Racing Academy.

We've invited him to play a game called "On your marks, get ready, squirm!" McCarron has had plenty of success on horseback, but people like to race other things, too. So we'll ask him three questions about different kinds of racing around the world.

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