Khloe Case, 6, grazed the Arabian horse at Kesmarc Farm in Versailles that she won in a 
raffle she entered on opening day of the World Equestrian Games.
Khloe Case, 6, grazed the Arabian horse at Kesmarc Farm in Versailles that she won in a raffle she entered on opening day of the World Equestrian Games. Lexington Herald-Leader
Khloe Case, 6, grazed the Arabian horse at Kesmarc Farm in Versailles that she won in a raffle she entered on opening day of the World Equestrian Games. Lexington Herald-Leader

Six-year-old wins horse in raffle at Games

October 12, 2010 12:00 AM

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