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Kentucky Derby Trail: Things to Do Tips

Bob Baffert has already begun checking off items on his “Things to do” list for the 2010 Kentucky Derby trail by working Lookin At Lucky in blinkers, with the intention of adding them for the colt’s first start. As consistent a winner as Lookin at Lucky has been, it seems he’s even better with the blinkers, and Baffert is hoping he won’t have to worry about the colt playing around any longer after getting the lead. 

 

Here are other items trainers should include on their list of things to do.

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