Who Won the 1965
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Lucky Debonair (Jockey: Bill Shoemaker)

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1964 Kentucky Derby Winner
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Tribute to Lucky Debonair, 1965 Kentucky Derby winner
Tribute to Lucky Debonair, 1965 Kentucky Derby winner
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Their latest publication is for the bumbling and debonair alike. To help celebrate the release of What to Talk ... Treat them as you would your favorite HBO stars, should you be lucky enough to meet them. From this safe conceptual distance, you can ...

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John Clay: Derby picture clears up as Dance With Fate steps out
Lexington Herald Leader
Only Lucky Debonair (1965), Sham (1973) and Indian Charlie (1998) ran faster times. Plus, California Chrome boasts one of those Kentucky Derby stories the general public will love in 77-year-old trainer Art Sherman, who at age 18 was the morning ...

1965 Kentucky Derby Winner Lucky Debonair News

It's a mad, mad, Mad Men world
Canada.com
And he's working in an industry — advertising in the heyday of Life magazine, Pan Am and Lucky Strike cigarettes — when only the best will do. Christina Hendricks, left, with Jon Hamm. Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks) The former office manager ...

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Jennie Rees' Road to the Kentucky Derby update
The Courier-Journal
Only three Santa Anita derbies have been faster than California Chrome's 1:47.52, with Lucky Debonair (1965), Sham ('73) and Indian Charlie ('98) prevailing in 1:47. Weekend's biggest loser. Social Inclusion could have kept himself out of the Derby by ...

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