Miles Griggs walked nieces Olivia Richards, 10, left, and Sophia Richards, 8, across the Ashland grounds before Sunday's third annual Henry Clay Croquet Tournament.
Miles Griggs walked nieces Olivia Richards, 10, left, and Sophia Richards, 8, across the Ashland grounds before Sunday's third annual Henry Clay Croquet Tournament. Herald-Leader
Miles Griggs walked nieces Olivia Richards, 10, left, and Sophia Richards, 8, across the Ashland grounds before Sunday's third annual Henry Clay Croquet Tournament. Herald-Leader

Croquet tournament evokes another era at Lexington's Henry Clay Estate

August 18, 2013 08:56 PM

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