Above: Keeneland track bugler George "Bucky" Sallee played the call to the post before the first race at Keeneland on Oct. 5, 2002. During that meet he blew his 10,000th call to the post.

Left: On Tuesday, Sallee showed off a painting of himself by Charles Spaulding near the front door of his home in Georgetown.
Above: Keeneland track bugler George "Bucky" Sallee played the call to the post before the first race at Keeneland on Oct. 5, 2002. During that meet he blew his 10,000th call to the post. Left: On Tuesday, Sallee showed off a painting of himself by Charles Spaulding near the front door of his home in Georgetown. Herald-Leader
Above: Keeneland track bugler George "Bucky" Sallee played the call to the post before the first race at Keeneland on Oct. 5, 2002. During that meet he blew his 10,000th call to the post. Left: On Tuesday, Sallee showed off a painting of himself by Charles Spaulding near the front door of his home in Georgetown. Herald-Leader

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