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Life’s Work: Reflections on Life in the Equine Industry Oral History Project

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Life’s Work documents the stories of equine industry professionals many of whom have spent their entire lives with the care and management of Thoroughbred horses. The interviews reflect on breeding, foaling, racing, farm management, history, and after care amidst the ups and downs of economics, success, and luck. The launch of Life’s Work results from the partnership with UK Libraries Louis B. Nunn Center for Oral History, Keeneland Association, Keeneland Library and Museum Foundation, and the Thoroughbred Daily News (TDN). Twenty interviews, conducted by TDN’s Chris McGrath and based in the Kentucky Bluegrass, constitute the initial harvest gathered in July 2019.

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