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Scan By Scan, Curators Of Leonard Photography Collection Preserve Racing History

As images come flowing from the rail at Churchill Downs and Pimlico, documenting every move of Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist’s quest for the Triple Crown, a dedicated team in Paris, Ky. is still drowning in images from Triple Crowns past. Kate Lossen isn’t quite sure what her official title is in her capacity with the […]

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Racing Fans, Photographers Encouraged To Enter Photography Contest In Honor Of Tony Leonard

If you’re on social media in Kentucky this month, you’re sure to see photographs of spring at its finest: families in their Derby duds, jockeys in colorful silks, and horses. Lots and lots of horses. It’s the season that master photographer Tony Leonard loved best. The Tony Leonard Collection is celebrating the Derby and all […]

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Leonard Photography Exhibit Brings Racing’s Personalities To Life

Nestled among some of Lexington’s famous Thoroughbred farms on Old Frankfort Pike sits a unique opportunity for horse racing fans and historians. The Headley-Whitney Museum recently opened an exhibit of photos from Tony Leonard, the artist often called “the Ansel Adams of the Thoroughbred industry.” The exhibit marks the first time many of the images […]

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Leonard’s complete print and negative collection purchased by three industry members

The complete collection of prints and negatives of the late equine photographer Tony Leonard has been acquired by a businessman and two men in the thoroughbred industry, according to an article in Monday’s Lexington Herald-Leader. According to Rebecca Naser, the conservator of the Leonard estate, the collection was purchased by John Adger, Bobby Shiflet, and […]

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