May 3, 2012 - 5:12pm
Louisville has the prettiest girls, most beautiful flowers, best food & liquor, and fastest horses in the whole damn world (at least for this week), and we’re proud to share them with our honored guests. As grandpa used to say: “It don’t get much better than this.”
If you’ve come to Louisville for the races, or are just passing through on your way to Albuquerque for the Cinco de Mayo festivities, welcome to our little city by the Falls of the Ohio River. We pride ourselves on our hospitality, food, and laid-back ambience. And our weather...
July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
On Wednesday, May 2, at Churchhill Downs the post position draw will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. ET and be able to be veiwed NBC Sports Network.
The majority of horses that have won the Kentucky Derby had the inside track. Upon visiting the derby's website, you can see which post positions...
May 3, 2012 - 5:37pm
“Calling out the Republicans at the Brent Spence bridge was bad enough, given the bipartisan support for its reconstruction. But pointing to the Sherman Minton Bridge, which already has been repaired without funding from the president’s jobs bill, is ridiculous.”
President Barack H. Obama appeared before a friendly audience of unionists yesterday at the Washington Hilton Hotel, and told so many lies that even the leftist Washington Post was forced to call him to task. In his remarks to the Building and Construction Trades Department Conference, Obama...
April 30, 2012 - 6:22pm
“The law makes no distinction between icons and the rest of us, and neither do I,” Edelen said. “The report paints a clear picture of an administration that had no qualms about treating taxpayer resources as its own. The former commissioner had state employees on state time take him hunting and shopping, mow his yard, build a basketball court in his backyard, and even chauffer his dog. He showered himself with gifts and office equipment and rewarded friends with jobs. These are just some of the documented abuses that should outrage every Kentuckian.”
As all true “blue” citizens of the commonwealth know, Richard Dwight "Richie" Farmer, Jr., former shooting guard for the Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team, was one of four seniors on the 1991 – 1992 team known as "The Unforgettables." His...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
For 75 years, Keeneland has been to the Thoroughbred industry what Augusta is to golf or Hollywood is to the movies.
Keeneland’s founders set the course for what was to become one of Thoroughbred racing’s richest traditions. Their vision was to create two festival-like race meetings each year in the heart of Thoroughbred country — Kentucky’s Bluegrass region.