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Churchill Downs 'anticipating' spectators will be allowed at Kentucky Derby, submits plans to state officials

CBS Sports Tuesday, 23 June 2020
The race is currently scheduled for Sept. 5
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News video: Churchill Downs to allow spectators at the 146th Kentucky Derby

Churchill Downs to allow spectators at the 146th Kentucky Derby

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - After consulting with Governor Andy Beshear and public health officials, Churchill Downs has announced spectators will be allowed for the 146th Kentucky Derby on September 5th as well as the Kentucky Oaks on Friday.

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