The Winners Circle at the Kentucky Derby Museum allows visitors to take their picture with a replica of the most recent Derby winner. The horse statue is painted to look like the winner and the jockey is dressed in replica silks. This room was flooded with over 2 inches of water in 2009. This 2010 file photo was taken after the museum had been renovated and the museum reopened.
The Winners Circle at the Kentucky Derby Museum allows visitors to take their picture with a replica of the most recent Derby winner. The horse statue is painted to look like the winner and the jockey is dressed in replica silks. This room was flooded with over 2 inches of water in 2009. This 2010 file photo was taken after the museum had been renovated and the museum reopened. Photo by Angela Shoemaker
The Winners Circle at the Kentucky Derby Museum allows visitors to take their picture with a replica of the most recent Derby winner. The horse statue is painted to look like the winner and the jockey is dressed in replica silks. This room was flooded with over 2 inches of water in 2009. This 2010 file photo was taken after the museum had been renovated and the museum reopened. Photo by Angela Shoemaker

Kentucky Derby Museum announces project to expand, renovate

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