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0000017c-9d77-d6fa-a57f-ff7726d30000Veteran reporter Samantha Lederman's beat is all things equine - from trail riding to top-level competition and everything in between.Samantha's reports provide a vital window into Lexington's reputation as the "Horse Capital of the World."

No Derby? No Problem As Equine Groups Take The Fun Online

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Visit Horse Country has been one of Lexington and Central Kentucky’s success stories since it’s inception in 2014. Now numbering about 40 members including horse farms, equine medical clinics and horse attractions it has solidified it’s place on the tourism map and in many visitors’ hearts. With travel restricted due to the Coronavirus pandemic and all visits essentially shut down, Executive Director Anne Hardy recently spoke via Skype to explain how they’re coping during these difficult times and to hype a host of activities lined up for what was supposed to be Derby Day in Kentucky.

Listeners might remember Lederman and her English accent from when she was a morning news anchor on WUKY from 1999 to 2001.
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