Lexington Ky Fan
Health screenings and temperature checks will resume at all entrance gates for the race meet.
Reports said some fights broke out and bottles were thrown, but that police used tear gas to control the most unruly fans before the crowd dispersed overnight.
Not only is Calhoon optimistic a pro team will create a big boom for the city financially, but it also gives these young players athletes and careers to look up to, right in their own hometowns.
In some cases, though, there may not be a powered junction box already located in the ceiling.
Here is the complete press release from the horse racing company: Keeneland has announced plans to allow a limited number of fans to attend its 2021 Spring Meet, to be held April 2-23.
A Lexington police officer carries an injured University of Kentucky student who was hit on the head with a bottle.