Derby Day Comes to Keeneland

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 5/04/2013 6:56 pm
       It was a relaxing Derby Day at Keeneland Saturday.

       Thousands came out to the track for the 139th Kentucky Derby.

       Families and racing fans brought out food and lawn chairs and their best derby hats for the races which were shown on TV monitors across the track.

       The day at Keeneland was a bit more 'family friendly' than the day at Churchill Downs.

       There was live music being played and plenty of activities for children of all age, along with places to make bets on the races.


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