Churchill Downs and Keeneland Want to Build Two Horse Racing Tracks in Kentucky

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You may have heard … Churchill Downs and Keeneland are teaming up to propose two new “state-of-the-art” horse racing venues in Kentucky. It’s a “historic partnership” that will bring one to Corbin, Kentucky, in Knox County and another in Oak …

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