Keeneland Opens on Beautiful Spring Day

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Updated: 4/05/2013 11:45 pm
        More than 20-thousand, including three thousand college students spent their Friday at Keeneland for the first day of the spring meet.

        Many were worried traffic along Versailles Road would cause traffic problems, however Keeneland officials say there were virtually no problems with fans getting in or out of the track Friday.

        They say the longest anybody had to wait to get in or out of the track was about 10 minutes.

        The meet will run until April 25th.
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