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Name Combs, Leslie

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

The folder contains periodical articles, personal notes and correspondence used by Jim Bolus in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - Audiocassette

This tape was created by Jim Bolus. Side 1: Bolus recorded a meeting in which quarter horse racing in Kentucky was discussed. Side 2: Portions of the July 1975 Keeneland Yearling Sale was recorded. T. O. Campbell related his memories of Earl Sande.

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Jim Bolus Collection - Audiocassette

This tape was created by Jim Bolus. Side 1: Bolus interviewed Mrs Groves and Leslie Combs concerning a yearling sold at Keeneland. Side 2: Brownell Combs discussed his displeasure in an article written by one of Jim Bolus' co-workers.

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

This folder contains periodical articles, personal notes, and correspondence that Jim Bolus used in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

This folder contains periodical articles, personal notes, and correspondence that Jim Bolus used in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

This folder contains periodical articles, personal notes, and correspondence that Jim Bolus used in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

This folder contains periodical articles, personal notes, and correspondence that Jim Bolus used in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

This folder contains periodical articles, personal notes, and correspondence that Jim Bolus used in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

This folder contains periodical articles, personal notes, and correspondence that Jim Bolus used in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

This folder contains periodical articles, personal notes, and correspondence that Jim Bolus used in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

This folder contains periodical articles, personal notes, and correspondence that Jim Bolus used in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - File, Document

This folder contains periodical articles, personal notes, and correspondence that Jim Bolus used in his writing career.

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Jim Bolus Collection - Audiocassette

This tape was created by Jim Bolus. Ed Fields was a groom for Claiborne Farm. He worked with Bold Ruler, Secretariat and Riva Ridge. He talks about the horses and people he worked with during his 40+ year career at the Farm. Clem Brooks was a groom at Spendthrift Farm for 35 years. He discusses stud fees, racing in France and England and some of the horses he worked with including Gallant Man, Sham and Secretariat. He also discusses his early career galloping horses around 1919 with John Lowe. Some of the horses he worked with were Last Hope, Raise A Native and Majestic Prince.

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Samuel Thomas Collection - File, Document

This file contains background information for Samuel Thomas' book. Included are copies of newspaper articles and hand written notes regarding the efforts by parties to take over Churchill Downs by attempting to gain a controlling interest in stocks.

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Jim Bolus Collection - Recording, Audio

Side A First segment consists of interviews recorded as Bolus investigates Churchill Downs' rejection of the nomination of Wine Treasure to run in the 1977 Kentucky Derby. He speaks to trainer Eddie Yowell, and also questions Churchill Downs executives Bob Gorham and Bill Rudy. In the next segment, Bolus speaks to Thomas Meyer, an attorney for the Sprint Racing Assocation, about this group's efforts to lease Louisville's Commonwealth Park for quarter horse racing. Meyer is almost impossible to hear for most of the conversation. In the third segment, Bolus speaks to a Mr. Ray, secretary of the Governor's cabinet, seeking the administration's position on the new quarter horse racing ven