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The Pigeon Kings of Brooklyn

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The Shark Attack that Shook the 1700s

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The Gentleman’s Guide to Cockfighting

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The Path to Triple Crown Glory Is Through a Horse’s Heart

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Going trackside with the horse racing experts who use big data and intensive equine analysis to pick the winners long before they hit the starting gate.
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