Tim Rask of Iowa City, Iowa, was wearing this hat to the Kentucky Derby on Saturday for the fifth year. If nothing else, it's good for his posture. "All that finishing school paid off," he joked. "It's great fun to make a fool of yourself once a year."
Tim Rask of Iowa City, Iowa, was wearing this hat to the Kentucky Derby on Saturday for the fifth year. If nothing else, it's good for his posture. "All that finishing school paid off," he joked. "It's great fun to make a fool of yourself once a year."
Tim Rask of Iowa City, Iowa, was wearing this hat to the Kentucky Derby on Saturday for the fifth year. If nothing else, it's good for his posture. "All that finishing school paid off," he joked. "It's great fun to make a fool of yourself once a year."

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