Kentucky Oaks, Derby To Have Tighter Security

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Updated: 4/18/2013 11:40 pm
Security will be tighter for Kentucky horse races on May fourth and fifth.

Churchill Downs said screenings will be expanded for anyone entering the track for the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby.

Everyone will be subject to a scan with an electronic wand.

Coolers, video equipment, noisemakers, and cans are banned.

Purses must be smaller than twelve inches in size.


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