Clare Christine O'Dowd led Beautician and her foal by Street Cry at the Runnymede Farm, 600 Cynthiana Rd. in Paris, Ky., Wednesday, June 13, 2012. Runnymede, which is 145 years old, is the oldest continuously run Thoroughbred farm in Kentucky. In the background leading other mares and foals was Roberto Zacatlan, left, and Abelino Ciriaco, right. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Clare Christine O'Dowd led Beautician and her foal by Street Cry at the Runnymede Farm, 600 Cynthiana Rd. in Paris, Ky., Wednesday, June 13, 2012. Runnymede, which is 145 years old, is the oldest continuously run Thoroughbred farm in Kentucky. In the background leading other mares and foals was Roberto Zacatlan, left, and Abelino Ciriaco, right. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Clare Christine O'Dowd led Beautician and her foal by Street Cry at the Runnymede Farm, 600 Cynthiana Rd. in Paris, Ky., Wednesday, June 13, 2012. Runnymede, which is 145 years old, is the oldest continuously run Thoroughbred farm in Kentucky. In the background leading other mares and foals was Roberto Zacatlan, left, and Abelino Ciriaco, right. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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