<p>Raceland was a horse racing track located in Chinnville, Kentucky, now known as Raceland, Kentucky. Founded by Jack O. Keene, who also created Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Kentucky, the race track operated from 1924 until 1928.
Raceland made its debut on July 4, 1924 with a first class boxing match. Over 5,000 people were in attendance. The first race, titled the "Ashland Handicap," was held on July 10, in which there were 15,000 spectators present.
During its heyday, Raceland was known as the "Million Dollar Oval" because of its ornate appearance. The 1.5 mile-long track was circled by a white fence of wood and iron, as well as rambling roses. The bridle paths and the front lawn were paved in red tapestry brick matching the club house, stewards' stand and judge's stand. The infield of the track contained a lake and several sunken gardens.
Financial difficulties forced the closure of the Raceland track in 1928.
The only notable structures still standing from the original complex is the clubhouse and two horse stables. On May 26, 2004, a historical marker was unveiled near the clubhouse to commemorate the location and historical significance of Raceland. The marker, designed</p>