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ESPN could not make the Kentucky Derby about race, in order that they switched to politics.
On Wednesday, throughout an Exterior the Traces episode, ESPN host John Barr interviewed Eric Reed — proprietor of Mercury Equine Middle, which homes reigning Kentucky Derby-winning horse Wealthy Strike —and requested Reed if he had ever tweeted something remotely detrimental about Vice President Kamala Harris.
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In typical ESPN vogue, the host had a tweet in query hiding in his again pocket after a substantial investigation over a matter that nobody would care about if not for the hard-hitting journalism at ESPN.
Barr’s tweet in query, posted again in January, poked enjoyable at Kamala Harris by stating that her solely qualification for the position was being “good on her knees.”
The tweet got here from an account that appeared to match an outline of Reed, however with out confirming whether or not it’s the man himself.
The account’s bio reads: “Horse coach and Reagan conservative. Fantasy Soccer fanatic, Proprietor of Mercury Equine Middle.”
Successful the 148th working of the Kentucky Derby with one of the crucial unimaginable underdog odds ever, Wealthy Strike sparked an in a single day sensation.
Reed denied Barr’s allegations and circled again to discussing the historic win by Wealthy Strike.
“Have not been informed about it. I do not know what is going on on on the market. I am extra involved with Richie and what is going on on with us,” Reed stated, “and this nice horse, and the way a lot he is serving to everyone everyone . So, there’s haters on the market, and that is about how I am gonna go away one thing like that.”
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The horse’s victory additionally marked Reed’s first-ever Derby win.