Louisville Thoroughbred Society: New Peeks To Pique Your Interest

Here are some new looks, designs, construction photos and other concepts that are beginning to take real shape at 209 East Main Street in downtown Louisville — soon to be the new home for the new Louisville Thoroughbred Society.

Come take a look.

Better yet, go to the LTS website at www.thelouisvillethoroughbredsociety.com and click on the “Membership Link,” and become the latest person to join our new, private membership, upscale club that will be dedicated to providing first-class services and amenities to those people interested in, invested in, and fans of the Thoroughbred industry.

Doesn’t matter if you love racing, showing, jumping or dressage, come take a look. We are the home for you. Opening in the Fall of 2019.

Here are some new peek views to pique your interest:

(The extension on the antique bar that has been fitted for the Cigar Bar is now in place. Soon, a new front and counter top will be added / Photos by Mike Schnell)

(Artist renderings of the new Hughes Lofts at 209 East Main Street. The building with the proposed “TwinSpires” logos will be the home for the Louisville Thoroughbred Society. The upper left is a view from Main Street. The upper right is a view from Washington Street. The middle row photos are looks from the Ice House looking East. The last view is an aerial depiction looking down on the LTS rooftop bar, outdoor eating areas and Cigar Bar Smoking Pavilion.)

 

The horse broke well today,” Gaffalione said. “I had the horse inside, Dunph, going to the lead and then (Gun It) showed a little bit of speed. When I saw they were intent on going I just tried to get him back and got him to relax. He came back to me nicely and settled well down the backside. Got a little keen going into the far turn and wanted to move a little early. But I didn’t want to take too much away from him so I tried to sit as long as I could. He was waiting on horses down the lane but I kept him at task and there was plenty of horse there.”

“Mark (Casse, the trainer) and his team have done a great job,” Gaffalione said. “They’ve had a ton of confidence in this horse the whole way. It’s just an honor to be able to ride the horse. He’s just so professional, trains great and he’s a pleasure to be around.”

Tyler Gaffalione, Rode of War of Will to victory in the G2 Risen Star Stakes at the Fair Grounds
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