Todd Gralla is designing the equestrian arena (behind him) at Kansas Star Casino. On the horse is his 6-year-old son Nicholas. The first phase of the Kansas Star Casino is the arena. It will temporarily serve as a casino and will eventually be an arena hosting equestrian events, concerts and more. (September 14, 2011)
Todd Gralla is designing the equestrian arena (behind him) at Kansas Star Casino. On the horse is his 6-year-old son Nicholas. The first phase of the Kansas Star Casino is the arena. It will temporarily serve as a casino and will eventually be an arena hosting equestrian events, concerts and more. (September 14, 2011) The Wichita Eagle
Todd Gralla is designing the equestrian arena (behind him) at Kansas Star Casino. On the horse is his 6-year-old son Nicholas. The first phase of the Kansas Star Casino is the arena. It will temporarily serve as a casino and will eventually be an arena hosting equestrian events, concerts and more. (September 14, 2011) The Wichita Eagle

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