By Beth Harris AP Racing Writer LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Forget the mint juleps in souvenir glasses, men in seersucker suits and women wearing hats exploding in a floral frenzy. The Kentucky Derby still has horses — Tiz the Law is the biggest favorite in 31 years — but just about everything else makes the 146th edition unlike any other. 'It's going to be weird,' said five-time Derby-winning trainer Bob Baffert. None of the cheering — or cursing after losing wagers — from 150,000 fans will be heard this year at Churchill Downs, where America's longest continuously held sports event […]
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