A Day at Keeneland Becoming a Family Tradition

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 4/08/2012 12:14 am
Families from around the area are adding a trip to Keeneland Race Course as part of their Easter Weekend.

Keeneland opened their spring season the Friday before Easter, and saw thousands in attendance.

Some of those attending were families with children as young as a few months.

Many of those families say its a tradition passed down from generation to generation.

Keeneland will be closed on Easter Sunday but will reopen April 11th. The course will remain open every Wednesday through Sunday until April 27th.
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