Actress Diane Lane, left, spoke with 
the media on the red carpet for the premiere of Secretariat at The Kentucky Theatre in Lexington on Sunday. In the movie, Lane is Penny  Chenery, who faced  several battles in  getting her horse on the track.
Actress Diane Lane, left, spoke with the media on the red carpet for the premiere of Secretariat at The Kentucky Theatre in Lexington on Sunday. In the movie, Lane is Penny Chenery, who faced several battles in getting her horse on the track. Lexington Herald-Leader
Actress Diane Lane, left, spoke with the media on the red carpet for the premiere of Secretariat at The Kentucky Theatre in Lexington on Sunday. In the movie, Lane is Penny Chenery, who faced several battles in getting her horse on the track. Lexington Herald-Leader

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