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What Does Nick Zito Do In The Hour Before The Derby?

Nick Zito

Trainer Compares Race
To Roman Coliseum

One Great Season

Two minutes. Once a year. Only in Louisville.

The duration, frequency and location of the Kentucky Derby, horse racing's most cherished event, never change. But what differs is how you'll pass the late-afternoon hours Saturday at a Derby-viewing party -- yes, you will watch this year -- in comparison to how those at Churchill Downs will spend their time leading up to the 6:24 p.m. start.

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