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Behind the Scenes at the Kentucky Derby

Previewing Behind the Scenes Footage for the 2013 Kentucky Derby

From the sweet smell of Blue Grass to the not so nice smell of horse droppings, the first Saturday in May is quickly approaching. Our coverage for the 2013 Kentucky Derby will be bigger and better than ever - and here's why. 

Horse Racing Nation will soon open its doors to a brand new office in Louisville. Our new office space will allow fans incredible access at all kinds of horse racing information.

 

 

 

However, what will this mean for my blog? Starting on April 1st we will have someone each morning at either Churchill Downs, Keeneland, or the Churchill Downs Trackside facility to bring you video reports of any Derby contenders on the track. We will bring you exclusive interviews with owners, trainers, and jockeys leading up until the running of the Kentucky Derby. Not only will we provide these interviews, we will also be on-hand to cover the Bluegrass Stakes and the Derby Trial.

 

The most exciting time of the year is finally upon us and I will begin the coverage early Monday morning with Black Onyx at Churchill Downs.


 

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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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