The Devine family owns and operates the Devine Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch in Harrodsburg, Ky. In the fall, the farm becomes busier than usual, as many families enjoy autumn on the farm by taking hay rides, picking out pumpkins in the huge pumpkin patch, and enjoying a nightly bonfire.
As the Louisville Courier-Journal points out, however, the farm's most popular attraction is its once-a-year, unique corn maze. The Devine family outdid themselves this year, with a tribute to American Pharoah and his sweep of the Triple Crown. American Pharoah's Zayat Stables silks, as well as the Triple Crown logo, can be seen in an aerial photo on the farm's website.
The Courier-Journal reports that “the maze has often taken a sports theme since first carved in 2008, first featuring a baseball player. In 2010, it included a World Equestrian Games Logo, and in 2011 and 2012, honored the University of Kentucky basketball teams.”
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