Footage shows the Kentucky Derby in the '70s.

Begins with a few jockeys training with their horses through a fog-covered, mostly empty track. Appears to be early morning.

A roof of a horse stable stands in the distance. A group of horses play and trot in an open green field.

A jockey, dressed for race day, trots up to the start gate; a trainer appears to guide the horse. In the background, a scoreboard is lit up. Other jockeys warm up with short runs with their horses. Wide shot of a packed stand of attendees.

At least eight jockeys burst out of the gate that’s crowned with the sign “CHURCHILL DOWNS.” The jockeys try to best each other as they circle the track. Several men watch the race. They look on with a patient eagerness.

The race comes to an end with one jockey clearly ahead of their colleagues.