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    Kentucky Derby 2010 gets highest ratings in 18 years


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      Horse racing must be getting more popular

      The Associated Press: Kentucky Derby gets highest TV ratings in 18 years

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      That's good stuff, I was at a friends house and we thought the race started at 5:24 eastern time. I ended up missing the race because I had to leave, my horses didn't win though.

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      I don't watch horse racing. I don't believe in it. Until a horse tells me they wanna race to make some human rich, I'm against it. :}

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      I don't normally watch horse racing either, but a friend at work got me into the Kentucky derby this year. I've never heard a horse say it wants to race but in the same thought process, I've never heard one object either .

     

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