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Kentucky Downs a unique place

One of the under-appreciated experiences offered by Kentucky’s embattled horse racing industry has already reached its midpoint as two days of competition remain in the abbreviated four-day, all-turf meet at Franklin’s Kentucky Downs south of Bowling Green.

Run over an undulating European-style 1 3/8-mile grass course that comes within a whisker of crossing into Tennessee on its far turn, racing at the Southern Kentucky track offers a singular experience for those who want to enjoy it at its best.

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