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Tue May 15
2012
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Categories: Headlines, Preakness, I'll Have Another
Kentucky Derby-winning trainer Doug O'Neill threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Tuesday's Orioles-Yankees game at Camden Yards in Baltimore, one day before post positions are set to be drawn for Saturday's Preakness Stakes. I'll Have Another will be out to capture the second leg of the Triple Crown this weekend at Pimlico. [bc_video_id:251902:] [bc_video_id:251903:]  
Tue May 8
2012
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Categories: Handicapping, Kentucky Derby, Bodemeister, Dullahan, I'll Have Another, Trinniberg
Before we move on to the Preakness, we need to take a look back at the burning questions remaining from this year's Kentucky Derby and what they mean going forward in the Triple Crown season:
Fri Apr 27
2012
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Categories: Track Notes, Kentucky Derby
It's almost the first Saturday in May. Stick with us at DRF.com and you'll be ready at post time for the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby. Our fleet of reporters are already on the scene at Churchill Downs providing wall-to-wall coverage of racing's crown jewel. Here's a day-by-day preview of our coverage:
Thu Mar 29
2012
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Categories: Game On Dude, Mark Valeski, Royal Delta, So You Think, Union Rags
It's fitting that baseball season has begun because the folks at Fair Grounds have decided to play a doubleheader race card on Friday. Due to race day cancellations and a Louisiana state law that says all the purse money for the season must be paid out, Fair Grounds will stage an 18-race card on Friday. That's right. Eighteen.
Mon Mar 26
2012
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Categories: Headlines
"Today's the day they take it all away from us" -- Marcus It's hard not to look for hidden meaning to the dialogue in the final episode of HBO's ill-fated "Luck." The season finale that aired on Sunday night was supposed to set the stage for Season 2, which was already in production when the show was canceled following a third horse death on the set. But now that it serves as the series finale, Wheelchair Marcus's words bring on an added layer of poignancy.