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Kentucky Derby #90212

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 04, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Louisville, Kentucky) Kentucky Derby competitors Life's Magic and Althea, both trained by Wayne Lukas, noted favored in tomorrow's race; number derby horses Lukas has trained in recent years mentioned. [LUKAS - explains approach to horses.] Althea's recent win shown, discussed; end of Landaluce's racing career prior to premature death recalled. July 10, 1982, tape of Landaluce shown. [LUKAS - praises Landaluce; discusses Aithea's approach to race.] Lucky Lucky Lucky, also trained by Lukas, noted winning Kentucky Oaks today.
REPORTER: Ray Gandolf

(Studio) Coverage of Kentucky Derby announced.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

Gandolf, Ray;
Jennings, Peter

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