Employees with McGlone Construction have begun putting down the first layer of dirt at Keeneland Race Course.
Employees with McGlone Construction have begun putting down the first layer of dirt at Keeneland Race Course. Herald-Leader
Employees with McGlone Construction have begun putting down the first layer of dirt at Keeneland Race Course. Herald-Leader

Video of Keeneland's new dirt track: How did they do that?

August 05, 2014 06:23 PM

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