Josephine Russell Clay: Bluegrass Queen of the Sport of Kings

Josephine Russell Clay: Bluegrass Queen of the Sport of Kings

Lexington's Josephine Russell Clay, a daughter-in-law of Henry Clay, established the family as a leader in horse breeding and became the first and most famous horsewoman in the history of thoroughbred racing. Narrated by Misdee Wrigley, the owner of Hillcroft Farm in Paris.

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