So far this week I've brought you Derby season haters and people who gush love for their favorite Derby festivals. Today, we're jumping into the deep end by letting people sound off on whether they prefer Derby or Oaks and why.
You don't have to be a snob to appreciate these local wines. Check out Wine Fest at the Fest-A-Ville.
Citizen's Union Bank is sponsoring the Fourth Annual Oaks Eve Bash, which will benefit The Dream Factory and Race for Corey charities. Pretty cars, pretty horses, pretty people, and a pretty good time.
Shannon Ritter brings Sunland Derby (GIII) winner Endorsement to Churchill Downs and hopes to become the female trainer to win the Run for the Roses.
Lose your shirt in the infield, not at the betting window. Here are some common-sense strategies for having fun at the track without breaking the bank.
Yesterday I talked to some Derby Season Haters who think Louisville would be better off without three weeks of pesky festivals. Today, I'm asking some festival lovers who can't get enough which one is their favorite and why.
The Post Position draw for Friday's 136th running of the Kentucky Oaks was held this morning at Churchill Downs.
Kentucky Attorney General, U.S. Senate candidate, and co-owner Jack Conway hopes to have two big wins in the next week.
Derby-winning trainer Nick Zito hopes his return to the Spires will not come up cold on Saturday.
Not all Derby Parties are created equal. Ferdinand's Ball, Thursday April 29th at the Frazier Museum, is the first Derby Party all about the horses.
Glen Fullerton of Houston, Texas wins trip to Derby 136 and the DreamBet of a lifetime.
Todd Pletcher's Mission Impazible needs to build on his Louisiana Derby rally-to-win performance.