Sealing the Track at Keeneland 11x14

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A method long used to ‘float’ the track but mostly unknown to new generations of race fans. At the historic and iconic Keeneland Racecourse in Lexington, Kentucky track employees command mules to smooth out the muddy surface between races. This vintage view is likely the mid 1960’s with a view of Rice Road where the Thoroughbred Club of America sits today. It is guaranteed to be a talking piece of any viewer of the photograph, a favorite among our collection fans people are always astounded at it’s subject and amused when they notice the unknown reason for choosing to use mules or draft horses (see it?). A must for any Keeneland fan but we think every racing or history fan as well, this special print is not guaranteed to stay on offer for sale so grab one for your collection while you still can!


All of our fine photographic prints are specially printed for each order exclusively on Kodak Professional Endura Premiere Paper. The Lustre paper surface is closely related to matte, but with a textured finish and a very slight sheen. It is the standard in professional printing. We offer fast shipping and can ship internationally to most countries. Love the print but want a different size, or how about having it framed? We can do that too, just contact us for pricing and turnaround time. We take great pride in every print order and are as big of a fan of Tony’s as our customers, we thank you so much for your business so that we are able to continue to bring you more and more of his amazing collection. Be sure to check back frequently, sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on social media to always be in the know when we release new products!

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