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The Bluegrass State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Kentucky
Unofficial nickname. In the spring, bluegrass produces bluish-purple buds that when seen in large fields give a rich blue cast to the grass.
Kentucky
   state capital is   
Frankfort
Mammoth Cave National Park
   is located in   
Kentucky
Founded in 1941, encompasses 83 mi².
Kentucky Mountain Saddle
   is a breed of   
Horse
Kentucky
   has the   
Wildcats
Lexington, Kentucky
Colonel Kwik-E-Mart's Kentucky Bourbon
   is a fictional beverage from   
The Simpsons
Ohio River
   runs through   
Kentucky
Tennessee River
   runs through   
Kentucky
It starts near Knoxville, TN at the confluence of the Holston and French Broad, flows through Alabama, and borders Mississippi.
Kentucky
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
KY
Kentucky
   flag is   

The Kentucky flag portrays a pioneer and a statesman enjoying a friendly hug.
Milk
   is/are an official state food of   
Kentucky
Hail, Hail, Eastern Maroons!
   is the fight song of   
Eastern Kentucky University
On, On, U of K
   is the fight song of   
University of Kentucky
Kentucky Fight
   is the fight song of   
University of Kentucky
Ashland FCI
   is situated in   
Kentucky
Federal Correctional Institution
Lexington FMC
   is situated in   
Kentucky
Federal Medical Center
McCreary USP
   is situated in   
Kentucky
United States Penitentiary
Kentucky
   lies to the north of   
Tennessee
Ohio
   lies to the north of   
Kentucky
Walter Brennan
   for his role in   
Kentucky (1938)
As Peter Goodwin
Kentucky
   has   
A Thoroughbred Racehorse Standing in Front of Bardstown Home
Joined union in 1792, quarter released in 2001
Preakness, Kentucky Derby, Belmont Stakes
   are all   
Horse Racing’s Triple Crown
Crab Orchard, Louisville, Fox Chase
   are all   
Cities in Kentucky
Daniel Boone National Forest
   is situated in   
Kentucky
Western Kentucky University
   is situated in   
Bowling Green
United States
The Battle of Shiloh Was Fought on Kentucky Soil
   is   
False
It was Tennessee
University of Kentucky
   has   
Blue
A live bobcat
Ned Finley
   directed   
'Mid Kentucky Hills (1913)
Covington
   is situated in   
Kentucky
Lexington
   is situated in   
Kentucky
Louisville
   is situated in   
Kentucky
Owensboro
   is situated in   
Kentucky
Kentucky
   has the   
Kentucky Cardinal
(Cardinalis cardinalis) 1942
The Kentucky Fried Movie (1977)
   has the tagline   
This Movie is Totally out of Control!
Kentucky Speedway
   is in   
Sparta, Kentucky
1.500-mile oval
Blue Moon of Kentucky
   was released by   
Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys
1945 - inducted in 1998
"Brand New Strings"
   was   
Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder
2005 - Best Bluegrass Album
"Bluegrass Rules !"
   was   
Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder
1999 - Best Bluegrass Album
My Old Kentucky Home (1938)
   starred   
Evelyn Venable, Grant Richards and Clara Blandick
Director: Lambert Hillyer. Also starred Bernadene Hayes, J. Farrell MacDonald & Margaret Marquis. Plot: Larry (Grant Richards) is engaged to Lisbeth Blair (Evelyn Venable) but he becomes attentive to Gail (Bernadene Hayes)...
_____ Moon Of Kentucky
   has the missing colour   
Blue
Bill Monroe
University of Kentucky
   is in   
Lexington
Western Kentucky University
   is in   
Bowling Green
Northern Kentucky University
   is in   
Highland Heights
Kentucky State University
   is in   
Frankfort
Green River
   runs through   
Kentucky
300 miles long
15th
   state to join the union was   
Kentucky
June 1, 1792
Stephen Foster
   composed   
My Old Kentucky Home
The official state song of Kentucky
Blue Kentucky Girl
   was performed by   
Emmylou Harris
1979
My Old ____ Home
   -   
Kentucky
Stephen Foster
Abraham Lincoln
   was born in   
Kentucky






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