Former jockey Donna Barton Brothers spoke at the inaugural Phoenix Festival in the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden in Lexington on Oct. 6, 2016. Murphy, who was black, won the Kentucky Derby three times and is considered one of the greatest Thoroughbred jockeys of all time.
Former jockey Donna Barton Brothers spoke at the inaugural Phoenix Festival in the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden in Lexington on Oct. 6, 2016. Murphy, who was black, won the Kentucky Derby three times and is considered one of the greatest Thoroughbred jockeys of all time. Matt Goins
Former jockey Donna Barton Brothers spoke at the inaugural Phoenix Festival in the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden in Lexington on Oct. 6, 2016. Murphy, who was black, won the Kentucky Derby three times and is considered one of the greatest Thoroughbred jockeys of all time. Matt Goins

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