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Churchill Downs Steps Up Security For Saturday's Kentucky Derby
Published May 3, 2013
Meanwhile, NBC horse racing analyst Gary Stevens will ride Oxbow in the Kentucky Derby. Stevens said that he will be "miked for NBC during the race -- on delayed tape ... because of the language -- but won't be wearing a helmet camera." Stevens "expects to keep his NBC on-air role long term and plans to scramble back on-air if he doesn't win Saturday" (USA TODAY, 5/1).