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Date:7/26/2014 11:12:11 AM
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My parronts are back home and I'm trying to catch up. They had warm temps downstate and no snow. The heavy rains have melted a lot of snow up here and we can see a few spots of ground. Looking forward to the DVD.
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In 1875 the derby was raced at a mile and a half, the distance it would remain until 1896 when it was changed to it’s present one and a quarter mile. Fifteen horses were entered that day. The winner of the very first Kentucky Derby was Aristides. He was a small, Kentucky bred chestnut colt. Aristides was initially thought of as the rabbit, the early race leader who sets the pace. The pace he set was so fast that by the far turn he was losing the rest of the field, making an exciting finish for the first Derby. He won $18,325. Aristides is honored with a life size statue at Churchill Downs.

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