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Churchill Downs to Present Cancer Survivors Parade Leading up to Derby

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 3/24 4:34 pm
Churchill Downs will host its sixth annual Pink Out event on Friday, May 2, complete with a parade of breast and ovarian cancer survivors leading up to the Kentucky Derby.

Nominations are now being accepted from the public, 140 of which will be invited to be guests of the 2014 Longlines Kentucky Oaks on top of marching in the Survivors Parade.

Any survivor of breast or ovarian cancer can be nominated, and survivors can also nominate themselves.

Entries can be made at kentuckyderby.com/survivors.

Voting ends March 31 and is limited to one vote per day. Winners will be announced on April 1.
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