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Woolley still revels in Derby shocker

Chip Woolley is back.

Got no horses. Got nothing to do, other than Be Chip Woolley. And in this town on this week, that's a fun job.

The man who trained the horse that shocked the world in the Kentucky Derby a year ago, Mine That Bird, is meandering around the barn area at Churchill Downs. And where he goes, handshakes, back slaps, party invitations and can-I-get-a-picture requests follow. Read More

 

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