Young baseball and softball fans of all skill levels are invited to join the official Cincinnati Reds summer camp, which will offer professional instruction and a full week of team- and friendship-building for the first time in Louisville this June.
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The Louisville Bats can't get ahead. They lost again Saturday night 5-3 in extras.
The Louisville Bats got another quality start from Brett Tomko but couldn't do anything with it as they fell to the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs 4-1 Friday night.
PRP woman participates in Kentucky Oaks Survivors Parade.
The Louisville Bats grounded into three double plays and fell to the Norfolk Tides 4-1.
Saddle Up Arena to host Indiana and Kentucky IBRA approved barrel racing show with $1,100 added money on May 19-20.
Co-author of the new book - Horse Profiling: The Secret to Motivating Equine Athletes to visit New Albany-Floyd County Library to discuss the book on May 31, 7-8 pm.
The Louisville Bats finally got off the snide with a 6-5 win over the Norfolk Tides.
Local Ponyclubber, Mary Peabody Camp, helps make history by being on the first United States Pony Club International Mounted Games Exchange Team to win a competition outside of the United States. They won in Australia.
Apassionata cancels three of four added performances scheduled for May 11-13 at Freedom Hall. Sunday, May 13 at 3pm performance is still on.
The Louisville Bats continued to find ways to lose Tuesday night, scoring four runs in the seventh only to allow six in the eighth.