A cat walked past a heavily damaged barn at Churchill Downs on Thursday. Churchill President Kevin Flanery said the track would discuss possible new facilities. "I think there could be total tear-downs," said trainer Rusty Arnold, whose barn was condemned.
A cat walked past a heavily damaged barn at Churchill Downs on Thursday. Churchill President Kevin Flanery said the track would discuss possible new facilities. "I think there could be total tear-downs," said trainer Rusty Arnold, whose barn was condemned. ASSOCIATED PRESS
A cat walked past a heavily damaged barn at Churchill Downs on Thursday. Churchill President Kevin Flanery said the track would discuss possible new facilities. "I think there could be total tear-downs," said trainer Rusty Arnold, whose barn was condemned. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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