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Horses, Hats and Hope proves to be a winning event

 

Last updated 5/17/2019 at 9:25pm



FALLBROOK – Supporters and friends of REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program and Foundation for Senior Care gathered to watch the historic Kentucky Derby, May 4. For the first time in history, the first-place finisher was disqualified. Attendees at the event waited for the result of the objection on pins and needles. At the end, Country House emerged as the victor of the 145th Kentucky Derby.

The big winner of the day at Horses, Hats and Hope was Linda Pierce who won the Kentucky Derby race raffle with her selection of Country House. Guests enjoyed watching the race on a large jumbo scre...



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jnaiman writes:

Technical correction - this year's Kentucky Derby was the first in which the first finisher was disqualified on the day of the race. In 1968 the initially-declared winner failed a drug test.

 
 
 

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