Turfway's landscaper and resident Renaissance Man Keith Howard presents Bucky Sallee with a watercolor portrait he painted as a surprise for the legendary bugler.
Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher and First Lady Glenna Fletcher with legendary bugler Bucky Sallee.
Steve Davidowitz, seated, talks with Robert Forbeck, center, and Richard Skinner of 1530 HOMER about his new book, The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Racing.
Temperatures in the 70s brought the crowds out for Lane's End day.
Julien Leparoux, left, describes his winning ride on Awesome Hero in the Hansel to owner Frank St. Charles, center, and trainer Eric Reed.
The dressed-down crowd enjoys the sunshine.
The Maker's Mark VIP Tent was the place for trying out Derby style.
Randy Moss, left, and Jerry Bailey host ESPN's telecast of the Lane's End and Rushaway.
Trainer Larry Jones was all smiles after Hard Spun's win in the Lane's End.
Outrider Leuie Russell runs down Acadia Breeze, who broke through the gate before the Bourbonette. She finished 9th after leading through 6 furlongs
Mary Delaney led all the way to win the Queen Stakes, her second Turfway stakes win. In her next start, she earned her first graded stakes win, the G2 Vinery Madison at Keeneland.
Julien Leparoux brought Awesome Hero (1) flying up on the outside to get the best of this blanket finish in the Hansel Stakes.
Sealy Hill (5) held off the fast closing Panty Raid to give trainer Mark Casse his fifth career Bourbonette Breeders' Cup victory.
Under Rafael Bejarano, Dominican was an easy 5-length winner of the Rushaway Stakes.
Hard Spun rated perfectly for jockey Mario Pino before drawing away decisively to win the 2007 Lane's End Stakes and stamp himself a Derby contender.