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Kentucky Derby #277194

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 02, 1981
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(Studio) Pleasant Colony, Woodchopper, and Partez reported winning today's Kentucky Derby in that order. [Courtesy ABC Sports, track announcer Mike BATEGLIA - calls races.] Tap Shoes finish noted.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Louisville, Kentucky) Tap Shoes trainer Horatio Luro featured; films shown. [LURO - states his "juice-of-the-lemon" philosophy.] Luro's career discussed. His training of winning horses Decidedly, ridden by Bill Hartack in 1962, Northern Dancer, in 1964 recalled; films of those races shown. [1964, LURO - states "juice-of-the-lemon" philosophy.] Luro's popularity among social set here noted. [Jack KLUGMAN - praises Luro.] [LURO - comments on keeping young.] His horse's finish in Derby today noted.
REPORTER: Ned Potter

Potter, Ned;
Schieffer, Bob

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