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The twin spires are easily recognized by any racing fan and are symbolic of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby. They are such a famous landmark that they were even used to create the logo for Churchill Downs Inc. The spires were designed by a 24 year old draftsman, Joseph Dominic Baldez, who was asked to draw plans for Churchill Downs’ new grandstand and were built in 1895. Originally the plans did not include the Spires, but as Baldez continued work on his design, he felt the structure needed something to give it a striking appearance.
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