Don Carrington and his daughter Sue have been avid horse racing fans since the 1970s, and they regularly bet the Kentucky Derby together. This week, they and 30 friends will travel to the race in Louisville, Ky., for the first time -- a trip financed by last year’s Belmont Stakes winnings.
Don Carrington and his daughter Sue have been avid horse racing fans since the 1970s, and they regularly bet the Kentucky Derby together. This week, they and 30 friends will travel to the race in Louisville, Ky., for the first time -- a trip financed by last year’s Belmont Stakes winnings. Courtesy of Sue Carrington
Don Carrington and his daughter Sue have been avid horse racing fans since the 1970s, and they regularly bet the Kentucky Derby together. This week, they and 30 friends will travel to the race in Louisville, Ky., for the first time -- a trip financed by last year’s Belmont Stakes winnings. Courtesy of Sue Carrington

Lucky father-daughter team off to Kentucky Derby for first time

April 26, 2015 04:03 PM

UPDATED April 27, 2015 09:54 AM

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