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The majority of United States airlines maintain the policy of permitting each passenger to bring a carry-on bag and a personal item on the plane.

As the size of the “personal item” is not typically specified, it is useful to expand the amount of items you are bringing on your trip by carrying a large purse or briefcase as your personal item, rather than a smaller item, such as a clutch or tablet. By taking advantage of the extra space you can save money on checking a piece of luggage and time by not standing at the baggage claim after your flight.

Everyone wants to get to the track as soon as possible! Save time and money by bringing a more spacious bag as your personal item on a flight.

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Hillary Schifferer

Born and raised in Chandler, Arizona, Hillary Schifferer purchased her first horse at the age of 13 and has been immersed in the equestrian world since. Growing up riding various disciplines, she couldn’t stay away from the Lexington area. Hillary became interested in the thoroughbred industry while raising foals at Fares Farm and working as a Veterinary Technician at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital. She now also serves as a Media Assistant intern for America’s Best Racing where she hopes to further expand her knowledge of thoroughbred racing as she finishes her Bachelors of Science degree in Corporate Communications at the University of Kentucky.

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Hillary Schifferer

Born and raised in Chandler, Arizona, Hillary Schifferer purchased her first horse at the age of 13 and has been immersed in the equestrian world since. Growing up riding various disciplines, she couldn’t stay away from the Lexington area. Hillary became interested in the thoroughbred industry while raising foals at Fares Farm and working as a Veterinary Technician at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital. She now also serves as a Media Assistant intern for America’s Best Racing where she hopes to further expand her knowledge of thoroughbred racing as she finishes her Bachelors of Science degree in Corporate Communications at the University of Kentucky.

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