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7th Annual Wacky Quacky Duck Race

2013-09-02 - Butler Branch by KY 551, Columbia, KY - Photo CM Staff. Greg Thomas, official event photographer, is capturing one of the pivotal moments in this afternoons 7th Annual Wacky Quacky. The lead duck, at this point appears to be the eventual winner: Mike Collins No. 386. Back upstream on the left, ducks are aggregating in an eddy and actually appeared to be headed back under the bridge. On the right, a poignant moment as what appears to be Duck No. 1, owned by David Sandusky, and No. 97, owned by Steve Cheatham, caught in debris, stranded and sidelined, unable to finish the race.
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