Derby Security: ‘A Better Public Image for Our Sport’

by | 05.02.2013 | 9:49am

The Kentucky Derby is the one time of year horse racing basks in the public limelight, good or bad. This year, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission and Churchill Downs are taking no chances, stepping up already tight security to ensure the Derby is a fairly-run race. The measures come as a potential legislation could put racing medication under the auspices of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. As the Paulick Report continues it coverage of Kentucky Derby 139 from Louisville, Ray looks at what's happening on the backstretch this year.

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