City Portrait

A Look at Lexington, Kentucky

Aug/Sept 2010

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Horse Play: Morning exercise.

photo: Caroline Allison

Track kitchen at Keeneland.

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The Horse & Barrel.

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Bartender Ricky Arnett is a familiar sight at Dudley’s on Short.

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Barry McNees: The hip developer.

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The groundskeeper cottage at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate.

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Smarty Jones at Three Chimney’s farm.

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Gratz Park Inn.

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Wallace Station.

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The Keeneland Shop.

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Holly Hill Inn.

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L.V. Harkness & Company.

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photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

Dr. Everett McCorvey: Opera champion.

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Dr. Pearse Lyons: Business magnate.

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

Debbie Long: The restauranteur.

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

True Blue: Banners hang in Memorial Coliseum.

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photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

Ted Bassett: Race maestro.

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A skilled rider demonstrates reining.

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Driving: One of the many parts of the World Equestrian Games.

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Jumping: The best-known equestrian competition.

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

Eventing combines dressage, cross-country, and show jumping.

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