Oaks Day: Celebrated At Keeneland

Reported by: Aaron Adelson
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Updated: 5/02 5:35 pm
Hundreds of people came to Keeneland to watch the races.  It was free to enter.  People dressed up, enjoyed watching the simulcast, and hung out. 

We spent the first part of the day with a group of women, who took a break from life to enjoy the day. 

For the Oaks, it's tradition to wear pink.  Many people dressed up in pink hats, dresses, polos, and shirts to raise cancer awareness. 


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