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2012 Debutante Stakes - Blueeyesintherein (Video)

It feels like it was just the Kentucky Derby last weekend, however today marked the second to last weekend of the Churchill Downs spring meet. Today, we witnessed a talented 2-year-old filly named Blueeyesintherein in the Debutante Stakes. Below is a recap of the afternoon and the success of Blueeyesintherein.



Garry Simms once again has a talented 2-year-old filly. The sky seems to be the limit with this one. To be up close to this horse really gives you a perspective on how well developed she is and she is only 2. With the final weekend of the Churchill Downs Spring Meet next weekend, I'll feature the Firecracker Handicap. Along with the Firecracker, I'll be competing in my first ever handicapping tournament. I'll be tweeting all afternoon with my progress (or lack there of). If you'd like to follow the action be sure to check out my Twitter page @HorseRacingKK.

 

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Loved the footage, Kevin ... who knows, maybe you saw a future champion!

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Meet Kevin Kerstein 

Long story short, I took the long road getting involved in the industry. I did not get into horse racing until 2008 when I came to Louisville for college.

I'm originally from outside of Philadelphia and attend college at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky. Since I was 15 I was involved with working in radio and TV. I first covered horse racing at the 2011 Kentucky Derby and my passion just continues to grow. Let the early mornings begin and the Derby fever heat up as we hit the backside to get the exclusive stories leading up to the first Saturday in May.  

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