Three-time Kentucky Derby winner Calvin Borel gave up Thoroughbreds for an American Saddlebred on Sunday during the Battle in the Saddle team penning competition at the Kentucky Horse Park. The event, which featured a celebrity rider on each team of cow wranglers, was a fundraiser for the horse park foundation. Story, Page A3.
Three-time Kentucky Derby winner Calvin Borel gave up Thoroughbreds for an American Saddlebred on Sunday during the Battle in the Saddle team penning competition at the Kentucky Horse Park. The event, which featured a celebrity rider on each team of cow wranglers, was a fundraiser for the horse park foundation. Story, Page A3. Herald-Leader
Three-time Kentucky Derby winner Calvin Borel gave up Thoroughbreds for an American Saddlebred on Sunday during the Battle in the Saddle team penning competition at the Kentucky Horse Park. The event, which featured a celebrity rider on each team of cow wranglers, was a fundraiser for the horse park foundation. Story, Page A3. Herald-Leader

Battle in Saddle at Kentucky Horse Park puts the fun in fundraising

July 14, 2013 10:55 PM

UPDATED July 15, 2013 12:45 AM

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