Cot Campbell got a kiss from wife Anne on Friday after Keeneland President Nick Nicholson gave him the Golden Tray, awarded to an owner who has won eight graded stakes at the track.
Cot Campbell got a kiss from wife Anne on Friday after Keeneland President Nick Nicholson gave him the Golden Tray, awarded to an owner who has won eight graded stakes at the track.
Cot Campbell got a kiss from wife Anne on Friday after Keeneland President Nick Nicholson gave him the Golden Tray, awarded to an owner who has won eight graded stakes at the track.

Keeneland Day at the Races: Oct. 21

October 22, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 22, 2011 03:52 AM

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