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Hi Pepper
Well, I was running in April for BOTM in May. I won early! But, I'm still sending my derby blogs and I have a new pic daily. My pics can be seen at the bottom of my page. The blogs are also on my page at the end of my day. Soon, I'll have my royal pic up.
The Milonga Derby is on May 11. Glad to see you are back.
The Kentucky Derby (Kentucky) 1 mile and ¼ is the first jewel in the elusive Triple Crown followed by the Preakness Stakes (Maryland) 1 mile and 3/16 (two weeks after Derby) and finally the Belmont Stakes (New York) 1 and 1/2 mile (three weeks after the Preakness). The Triple Crown races all give flower blankets to the winners. The Kentucky Derby gives red roses, Preakness Stakes, black-eyed susans and the Belmont Stakes white carnations. Of the three races, the Kentucky Derby is the most prestigious.

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