Vyjack under extra scrutiny at Kentucky Derby
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The small camera attached to the helmet of Rudy Rodriguez belongs to a video outlet looking to capture his viewpoint from atop Kentucky Derby contender Vyjack.
The four cameras positioned in Vyjack's stall at Churchill Downs are there to keep an extra watch on the gelding trained by Rodriguez. He was forced to accept the surveillance as a condition ordered by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission in exchange for getting a trainer's license to run Vyjack in Saturday's big ...
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