Bob Hall, left, and son Lee Hall have built Hallway Feeds into one of the horse racing industry's top suppliers. The company's Race 13 feed is sought by Kentucky Derby-winning horse trainers and breeding operations across the Bluegrass and around the world.
Bob Hall, left, and son Lee Hall have built Hallway Feeds into one of the horse racing industry's top suppliers. The company's Race 13 feed is sought by Kentucky Derby-winning horse trainers and breeding operations across the Bluegrass and around the world. Herald-Leader
Bob Hall, left, and son Lee Hall have built Hallway Feeds into one of the horse racing industry's top suppliers. The company's Race 13 feed is sought by Kentucky Derby-winning horse trainers and breeding operations across the Bluegrass and around the world. Herald-Leader

Hallway Feeds, supplier of Thoroughbred champions, marks 50 years in business

December 28, 2014 10:21 PM

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