Bob Barton stood by the sign that has recently been placed at the entrance to his Barton Brothers Farm off Lisle Road in Georgetown. Directions to the Kentucky Horse Park from some mapping and GPS services mistakenly take drivers coming from the north or the west to the Barton property.
Bob Barton stood by the sign that has recently been placed at the entrance to his Barton Brothers Farm off Lisle Road in Georgetown. Directions to the Kentucky Horse Park from some mapping and GPS services mistakenly take drivers coming from the north or the west to the Barton property. Herald-Leader
Bob Barton stood by the sign that has recently been placed at the entrance to his Barton Brothers Farm off Lisle Road in Georgetown. Directions to the Kentucky Horse Park from some mapping and GPS services mistakenly take drivers coming from the north or the west to the Barton property. Herald-Leader

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