Sore losers in sports

<strong>Steve Coburn:</strong> Most horse owners might be delighted if their horse won two of the world's biggest races, snaring millions in purse money. But not Coburn. After California Chrome failed to place in the Belmont Stakes this past weekend, Coburn <a href='http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/08/sport/california-chrome-injury/index.html'>directed his angst</a> at the horses who didn't race the Kentucky Derby or Preakness, saying their owners took "the coward's way out." <a href='http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/09/us/california-chrome-owner-apology/index.html'>He later apologized.</a>

Steve Coburn: Most horse owners might be delighted if their horse won two of the world's biggest races, snaring millions in purse money. But not Coburn. After California Chrome failed to place in the Belmont Stakes this past weekend, Coburn directed his angst at the horses who didn't race the Kentucky Derby or Preakness, saying their owners took "the coward's way out." He later apologized.