University of Kentucky freshmen Katie Johnson, left, of Shelbyville, Katie Bird of Chicago, Nicole Sneed of Baltimore, Allie Betulius of Naperville, Ill., Laura Cole of Mobile, Ala., Jacklyn Dicken of Lexington and Katie Robertson of St. Charles, Ill., were among those who took advantage of Sunday's free admission for college students at the World Equestrian Games.
University of Kentucky freshmen Katie Johnson, left, of Shelbyville, Katie Bird of Chicago, Nicole Sneed of Baltimore, Allie Betulius of Naperville, Ill., Laura Cole of Mobile, Ala., Jacklyn Dicken of Lexington and Katie Robertson of St. Charles, Ill., were among those who took advantage of Sunday's free admission for college students at the World Equestrian Games. Angela Baldridge
University of Kentucky freshmen Katie Johnson, left, of Shelbyville, Katie Bird of Chicago, Nicole Sneed of Baltimore, Allie Betulius of Naperville, Ill., Laura Cole of Mobile, Ala., Jacklyn Dicken of Lexington and Katie Robertson of St. Charles, Ill., were among those who took advantage of Sunday's free admission for college students at the World Equestrian Games. Angela Baldridge

College students enjoyed free WEG admission

September 27, 2010 12:00 AM

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