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New York Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul went to a horse race for the first time and learned how to read a racing form, how to bet trifectas, and got some probably illegal tax advice.

By Extra Mustard
August 19, 2014

New York Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul had never been to a horse race before, because as a child a horse kicked him a very sensitive area, so he has been wary of the animals ever since.

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Vice Sports decided to take the defensive end to this year's Belmont stakes where he learned how to read a racing form, how to bet trifectas, and got some probably illegal tax advice.

At the end of the day, Pierre-Paul walks away with a $2 win, so he will probably not be quitting his regular job to handicap horses.

[VICE]

-Brendan Maloy

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