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Date:10/26/2014 1:44:16 AM
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Hi Muffin
Thank you. I will have a new pic and derby blog everyday as planned. Hope you can check them out.
Hi every birdie. I’m Chyna (221660) and I was running in April for May Derby Queen. To my surprise I won a month early. It should have been Zip, Charlie, Wilber (213890). PLEASE VOTE FOR THEM DAILY IN APRIL. It would be the nicest thing we can do to see them in the castle in May.
Hope you enjoy my derby blogs this month.

The Kentucky Derby is a Grade 1 stakes race for three year old thoroughbred horses, staged yearly in Louisville, Kentucky on the first Saturday in May. It typically draws around 155,000 at Churchill Downs. The race currently covers one and one-quarter miles; colts and geldings carry 126 pounds, fillies 121 pounds. The race is held on a dirt, left handed track. The first Kentucky Derby was run in 1875. It is the longest continually running sport in the USA. The total purse is $2,000,000.
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