Kentucky Derby

May 4, 2013 6:56 PM

Tom Eblen: Rain turns Derby infield into swamp, but the party rolls on

Each year the infield seems to get smaller and tamer, even as the admission price has risen from $10 to $40. But the 139th Derby was proof that the infield is still quite a party — even on a rainy day like Saturday.

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