A total of 15,695 mares were bred in 2013, up 334 mares, and 11 more stallions were breeding in Kentucky, up 4.9 percent from 2012. The state's signature industry seems to be growing without expanded gambling.
A total of 15,695 mares were bred in 2013, up 334 mares, and 11 more stallions were breeding in Kentucky, up 4.9 percent from 2012. The state's signature industry seems to be growing without expanded gambling. Herald-Leader
A total of 15,695 mares were bred in 2013, up 334 mares, and 11 more stallions were breeding in Kentucky, up 4.9 percent from 2012. The state's signature industry seems to be growing without expanded gambling. Herald-Leader

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