Horses and exercise riders milled about the barn complex across Rice Road from Keeneland. Horses coming in for the Breeders' Cup are displacing current horses.
Horses and exercise riders milled about the barn complex across Rice Road from Keeneland. Horses coming in for the Breeders' Cup are displacing current horses. Lexington Herald-Leader
Horses and exercise riders milled about the barn complex across Rice Road from Keeneland. Horses coming in for the Breeders' Cup are displacing current horses. Lexington Herald-Leader

Breeders' Cup aims for cocoon of security, safety for horses

October 29, 2015 07:48 PM

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