Jonathan Gilpin, a Lexington comics art enthusiast, admired a Sunday episode from Rusty Riley, a nationally syndicated comic strip set on a Central Kentucky horse farm that ran from 1948 to 1959.
Jonathan Gilpin, a Lexington comics art enthusiast, admired a Sunday episode from Rusty Riley, a nationally syndicated comic strip set on a Central Kentucky horse farm that ran from 1948 to 1959. Herald-Leader
Jonathan Gilpin, a Lexington comics art enthusiast, admired a Sunday episode from Rusty Riley, a nationally syndicated comic strip set on a Central Kentucky horse farm that ran from 1948 to 1959. Herald-Leader

'Rusty Riley,' forgotten Lexington-based horse industry comic strip, revived in book

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