A local who used to own a record shop gave me a few crates of 78s and Edison discs today, along with several homemade records. One of them was a recording of the radio broadcast of the 1944 Kentucky Derby, won by Pensive, and all the sites I found with Derby broadcasts were missing that year. If this turns out to be the only copy in existence, it's already stayed lost way too long. I'm a former sportswriter, which I think gives me an even greater obligation to ensure that this winds up in the right hands. It needs to be professionally restored and preserved by someone with the proper equipment, and unless there's serious monetary value attached to it, I think it should wind up at the Hall of Fame or Calumet Farm, where Pensive was bred. In fact, a second recording was of the 1941 race, won by Triple Crown winner Whirlaway (that one's in circulation), and those were the first two Derby winners for Calumet Farm, which isn't far from me. Any thoughts or recommendations?