April 25, 2005 - 4:00pm
Everybody knows who won the first Kentucky Derby and who ran the fastest Derby ever and who misjudged the finish line in 1957 aboard Gallant Man, but even if you pride yourself on being a Derby data whiz, good luck with this hard-core Derby fan's quiz:
Everybody knows who won the first Kentucky Derby and who ran the fastest Derby ever and who misjudged the finish line in 1957 aboard Gallant Man, but even if you pride yourself on being a Derby data whiz, good luck with this hard-core Derby fan's quiz:
April 25, 2005 - 3:47pm
The path to the winner's circle of Derby entertaining can be challenging. Whether you're planning an Oaks brunch before youo head to the races or staying home to host a gourmet-style Derby evening bash, the menu decisions can prove daunting if not panic-producing.
The path to the winner's circle of Derby entertaining can be challenging. Whether you're planning an Oaks brunch before youo head to the races or staying home to host a gourmet-style Derby evening bash, the menu decisions can prove daunting if not panic-producing.
April 25, 2005 - 3:36pm
Cash a winning ticket with guests by serving this bourbon-laced chocolate coconut cake at your next backyard Derby brunch.
Cash a winning ticket with guests by serving this bourbon-laced chocolate coconut cake at your next backyard Derby brunch.
April 25, 2005 - 2:57pm
Lost to many Louisvillians within the recent ruins of suburbia is the legacy of Bashford Manor Farm - a farm that in its "hay day" was the first to claim the honor of breeding three Kentucky Derby winners.
Lost to many Louisvillians within the recent ruins of suburbia is the legacy of Bashford Manor Farm - a farm that in its "hay day" was the first to claim the honor of breeding three Kentucky Derby winners.
April 25, 2005 - 2:22pm
When Louisville native Hunter S. Thompson put himself down recently, tributes to the famous participant/writer made note of his first piece of “gonzo journalism,” a story titled “The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved,” published in 1970 in Scanlan’s Monthly.
When Louisville native Hunter S. Thompson put himself down recently, tributes to the famous participant/writer made note of his first piece of “gonzo journalism,” a story titled “The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved,” published in 1970 in Scanlan’s Monthly.
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