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Bull Lea. Sire of Citation and Coaltown, 1st and 2nd in the 1948 Kentucky Derby. He may be seen at Calumet Farm. (Printed verso reads: "See the Bluegrass Countryside. Don't Miss The Horse Farms. You are now in the world's most noted horse producing center. The Kentucky reared Thoroughbred (runners), Standard bred (trotters and pacers), and the American Saddle Horse win wherever they go. The stock farms are open to visitors no charge. Drive through this horse wonderland - stop and look at the horses - talk to the grooms - feel the thrill of a really good horse. Maps and information are available at the Lobby Desk. You will find traditionally famous Kentucky foods in The Lexington Room of The Kentuckian Hotel. Copies of this picture available at the Lobby Desk at no charge.")

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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