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The Nightly Journal (Afleet Alex) #789436

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 06, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Churchill Downs: Bob Faw) The inspiration to the owners of racehorse Afleet Alex† from 4-year-old Alex Scott, who died from cancer after raising money for other children with cancer by opening a lemonade stand, featured; scenes shown of the lemonade stand at Churchill Downs, where Alex the horse will run in tomorrow’s Kentucky Derby. [Trainer Tim RITCHEY†- comments on the horse.] [Afleet Alex co-owner Chuck ZACNEY†- comments on donating winnings to Alex’s charity.] [Breeder John SILVERTAND††- comments on his own battle with cancer and what the horse is running for.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Coverage of the Kentucky Derby noted.

Williams, Brian;
Faw, Bob

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