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The Kentucky Derby Museum was awarded a $1 million James Graham Brown Foundation Grant, which will support an upgrade to the feature film, “The Greatest Race,” the repository said in a release early Thursday.

While the Museum updates the end of the 18-minute film every year to reflect the most recent Derby winner, the current exhibit has not been remastered in nearly a decade. Next year marks the Museum’s 40th anniversary.

“We are immensely grateful to the James Graham Brown Foundation for their generous support,” said Patrick Armstrong, President and CEO of the Kentucky Derby Museum. “This prestigious grant will enable us to create a more visually stunning and immersive experience for our visitors, ensuring that ‘The Greatest Race’ continues to captivate and inspire audiences from across the globe.”

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