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The racehorse Seabiscuit was an unlikely champion. He was small and crooked-gaited, but with the dedication of his owner, trainer and jockey, his talent came through and he became one of the greatest racehorses of all time. Journalist Laura Hillenbrand tells this "rags to riches" story in her bestselling book.
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