Longtime Pennsylvania trainer Keith LeBarron went out a winner this week. LeBarron died on Monday at the age of 62 after a short illness, after being represented by three runners on Saturday. His final starter won his race.
LeBarron launched his training career in 1976 and together with wife Susan had spent most of his career at Penn National and Parx.
His best horses included stakes winners Classic Move, Valley of the Gods, Movin' Out, and Kudu.
LeBarron is survived by his wife and two daughters. A visitation will be held at Tomlinson Funeral Home in Bensalem, Penn. on Monday, Dec. 28 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. with a service immediately following.
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