Kentucky Derby goes on without some big shooters
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Tradition abounds at the Kentucky Derby, yet the 132nd race will go on without some familiar faces Saturday.
Fans searching their programs for Derby horses trained by D. Wayne Lukas, Bobby Frankel and Nick Zito or ridden by Jerry Bailey, Pat Day and Gary Stevens are out of luck.
That group of Hall of Famers is sidelined this year. And for the
jockeys, who combined to win six Derbies, it's permanent because
each has retired since last year's Run for the ...
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