The governor's budget calls for the Kentucky Horse Park to get an additional $3.5 million this fiscal year and $1.6 million in each of the following two years to cover shortfalls resulting from construction for the World Equestrian Games, including Alltech Arena, above.
The governor's budget calls for the Kentucky Horse Park to get an additional $3.5 million this fiscal year and $1.6 million in each of the following two years to cover shortfalls resulting from construction for the World Equestrian Games, including Alltech Arena, above.
The governor's budget calls for the Kentucky Horse Park to get an additional $3.5 million this fiscal year and $1.6 million in each of the following two years to cover shortfalls resulting from construction for the World Equestrian Games, including Alltech Arena, above.

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