Major Changes In Kentucky Derby

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All eyes will be on the safety of horses at Churchill Downs Saturday after last year's tragic euthanization of Kentucky Derby runner-up.

But in Kentucky — home of arguably the most famous race in the world — significant changes have been made in racing regulations since last May.

Kristin Espeland reports for member station WFPL.

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