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Connections keep one eye on earnings

Trainers are used to monitoring every step taken and every breath drawn by their would-be Kentucky Derby hopefuls this time of year.


But as Derby Day draws closer, some trainers fortunate enough to have talented 3-year-olds on their hands now find they have more than just their horses' well-being to keep an eye on.

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