Horse banners have been attached to light poles on the Versailles Road viaduct in Lexington. The Corridors Commission and Friends of Versailles Road recently unveiled the banners that feature four horses that serve the community and are based at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Horse banners have been attached to light poles on the Versailles Road viaduct in Lexington. The Corridors Commission and Friends of Versailles Road recently unveiled the banners that feature four horses that serve the community and are based at the Kentucky Horse Park. Herald-Leader
Horse banners have been attached to light poles on the Versailles Road viaduct in Lexington. The Corridors Commission and Friends of Versailles Road recently unveiled the banners that feature four horses that serve the community and are based at the Kentucky Horse Park. Herald-Leader

Banners at Versailles Road viaduct honor four special horses

August 08, 2013 06:00 PM

UPDATED August 08, 2013 09:31 PM

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