Jon Court, one of our own, was in the saddle, and we had something real to root home.
By Steve Doyle
Wednesday, May 11, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: May 11, 3:02 am)
A sunny Run for the Roses is always a great day to be a Kentuckian, but that glare on our old Shelby County homes Saturday was even a bit brighter than usual.
That’s because for the first time in decades we had someone local to root home, a personal chunk of us, a force to steal inside us and transform all those generic impulses of pride and emotion into true partisanship.
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