One of the world's most famous horse racing venues was in the path of a twister on June 22.

The tornado damaged at least nine of the 48 structures throughout the facility.

Some 200 horses raced from their barns as the twister hit their barns; and race track employees were forced to brave the storm and round up the scrambling horses. Officials are not yet certain when races may resume.

There were not reported injuries to any horses or workers at Churchill Downs.

In addition, some 100 people who were residing on the grounds have been forced to move to temporary shelter due to the tornado damage.

The track and the iconic twin spires that rise above the Churchill Downs clubhouse appeared to sustain little or no damage.