Horses were worked during early morning hours at the Keeneland Race Course on Versailles Road in Lexington Thursday, April 05, 2012. Despite an early spring, there are still a few flowering trees around the track. The spring meet opens Friday. Charles Bertram | Staff
Horses were worked during early morning hours at the Keeneland Race Course on Versailles Road in Lexington Thursday, April 05, 2012. Despite an early spring, there are still a few flowering trees around the track. The spring meet opens Friday. Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Horses were worked during early morning hours at the Keeneland Race Course on Versailles Road in Lexington Thursday, April 05, 2012. Despite an early spring, there are still a few flowering trees around the track. The spring meet opens Friday. Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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