Crowds begin pouring into Keeneland for Breeders’ Cup

As soon as Keeneland's gates opened Friday morning, fans began posing at the Breeders' Cup statue installed in the paddock for the two-day world championship of Thoroughbred racing. Photo by Tom Eblen | teblen@herald-leader.comSoo

As soon as Keeneland’s gates opened Friday morning, fans began posing at the Breeders’ Cup statue installed in the paddock for the two-day world championship of Thoroughbred racing. Photo by Tom Eblen | teblen@herald-leader.com

Keeneland usher Ezra Click of Lexington waited the crowds early Friday morning during the first day of the Breeders' Cup. Photo by Tom Eblen | teblen@herald-leader.com

Keeneland usher Ezra Click of Lexington waited the crowds early Friday morning during the first day of the Breeders’ Cup. Photo by Tom Eblen | teblen@herald-leader.com

Rob Krebs, left, of Berkeley, Calif., and Peter Valencia of Cleveland, Ohio, snagged a bench in the general admission section of Keeneland from which to watch the first day of Breeders' Cup. The avid horse players have been friends since high school. Photo by Tom Eblen | teblen@herald-leader.com

Rob Krebs, left, of Berkeley, Calif., and Peter Valencia of Cleveland, Ohio, snagged a bench in the general admission section of Keeneland from which to watch the first day of Breeders’ Cup. The avid horse players have been friends since high school. Photo by Tom Eblen | teblen@herald-leader.com



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