Horses worked out with the backdrop of a spectacular sunrise at Keeneland this month. The Breeders' Cup has offices based in Lexington, but Keeneland has never previously been host.
Horses worked out with the backdrop of a spectacular sunrise at Keeneland this month. The Breeders' Cup has offices based in Lexington, but Keeneland has never previously been host. Herald-Leader
Horses worked out with the backdrop of a spectacular sunrise at Keeneland this month. The Breeders' Cup has offices based in Lexington, but Keeneland has never previously been host. Herald-Leader

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