Thoroughbred Park Horse Sculptures

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By mlc1us @ 2007-03-21 18:41:14
The most publicly visible collection of Gwen Reardon's work is in Lexington, Kentucky's downtown Thoroughbred Park. The park, is a tribute to the thoroughbred race horse, and features thirteen scuptures. Seven life size bronze race horses and jockeys rush dramatically to the finsih line. Also in the park are brood mares and foals and the great stallion Lexington.
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