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The Kentucky Derby by  Bill (Foreword by Walter Cronkite) Doolittle - Signed First Edition - 1998 - from Books Again, Inc. and

The Kentucky Derby: Run for the Roses

by Doolittle, Bill (Foreword by Walter Cronkite)

Condition: Fine

Del Mar: Tehabi Books, 1998. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Hardcover, Limited 1/1000 numbered copies (# 410), illustrated with color photographs. SIGNED by Bob Baffert, Trainer; Angel Cordero, Jockey; Pat Day, Jockey; H.A. Jimmy Jones, Trainer; D. Wayne Lukas, Trainer; Bill Shoemaker, Jockey (Signature was handstamped by Shoemaker's personal assistant in his presence); Gary Stevens, Jockey; Penny Tweedy, Owner and Ni;cholas Zito, Trainer. Certificate of authenticity issued by the publisher is laid in. A fine copy in green bonded leather with gilt stamped decorations and lettering. No dust jacket as issued but with publishers slipcase, also fine.


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