The Butler Family from North Middletown, KY developed "Back in Black: A History of Black Horsemen in the Twentieth Century" website. [The website is no longer available.] The site included photos of many of the men who worked with horses.
There was also a 2007 exhibit at the American Saddlebred Museum in Lexington, KY: Out of the Shadows: Bringing to Light Black Horsemen in Saddlebred History. A DVD of the exhibit is available for purchase at the American Saddlebred Museum.
For more information see L. Muhammad, "Show heralds achievements of Black trainers," Courier-Journal (Louisville),, 2/05/2007, Features section, p. 1E; Exhibition Honoring Black Horsemen Set to Open, 2/03/2007, a Kentucky.gov website [removed]; ; Blackford, Linda, Forgotten heroes of thoroughbred racing get permanent honor at Horse Park, 4/24/2018, a Kentucky Horse Park news release; Black Horsemen of the Kentucky Turf at the International Museum of the Horse website and the Archives at undermain.com; Phillips, Michael, The Legacy of Black Horsemen Races Towards the Future in East Lexington at kentiuckytotheworld.org; Kentucky Derby Museum to Showcase Black Horsemen; at The Bloodhorse website, 1/27/2021; and Untold to the Unforgettable from International Museum of the Horse on youtube.com.