Bill Lear, left, a Keeneland trustee who was the moderator, joined former Keeneland presidents Ted Bassett, Bill Greely and current president Nick Nicholson at the Commerce Lexington breakfast Friday, which kicked off the track's 75th-anniversary celebration.
Bill Lear, left, a Keeneland trustee who was the moderator, joined former Keeneland presidents Ted Bassett, Bill Greely and current president Nick Nicholson at the Commerce Lexington breakfast Friday, which kicked off the track's 75th-anniversary celebration.
Bill Lear, left, a Keeneland trustee who was the moderator, joined former Keeneland presidents Ted Bassett, Bill Greely and current president Nick Nicholson at the Commerce Lexington breakfast Friday, which kicked off the track's 75th-anniversary celebration.

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