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Kuntzweiler gets another chance

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission's license review panel granted approval Tuesday for a jockey's license for Greta Kuntzweiler, providing she agrees to random drug screenings.


Pending completion of the consent agreement, Kuntzweiler, 34, could be riding in a race again in a week.


It's a big step toward a comeback for the once-promising jockey, who was a leading rider at Turfway Park in 2002 and only the second female jockey to have a mount in the Kentucky Oaks before spiraling into drug addiction in 2006.



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