February 18, 2011 - 12:13pm
Grab your black gear and come on out to Mockingbird Valley Soccer Complex this weekend for the second to last home game for the Louisville Lightning!
It's their first matchup of the year as the Louisville Lightning takes on the Illinois Piasa, Saturday February 19th at 8pm at Mockingbird Valley Soccer Complex. It's not only $1 beer night, but also college night, so students get in for $7 a ticket. Team ...
February 18, 2011 - 11:30am
Who’s your Derby pick? Yes, it may only be February, but this weekend Churchill Downs is holding their first of three opportunities to select your Derby horse now and bet him in their Derby Future Wager Pool 1.
For the past several years, Churchill Downs has offered the chance to bet on the Derby contenders well in advance of Derby Day with their Derby Future Wager Pools. Three different betting pools are offered on selected weekend dates, with the first beginning Friday. Pool 2 will run from March 11th...
February 18, 2011 - 9:00am
Continuing down the Derby Trail, ten horses compete in the Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes at Fair Grounds Race Course.
The Road to the Derby continues with the $300,000 Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes this Saturday at Fair Grounds Race Course in New Orleans. Headlining the field of ten is Breeder’s Cup Juvenile third place finisher, Rogue Romance. Rogue Romance is trained by Kenny McPeek and will be ridden by Julien...
February 18, 2011 - 11:28am
As men across the city openly weap about the conclusion of the football season, it's now a time to look back upon an untold history- that of a Louisville team in the NFL. You read that right.
Previously I took it upon myself to prove my hypothesis that the largest city in Kentucky did in fact have a somewhat storied tradition with professional sports that is often overlooked. Prior to this, I filibustered to prove the tradition of baseball in the city.
February 18, 2011 - 11:14am
With the steady buzz that surrounds the city of Louisville about a professional sports team we often forget about the major league past of the city. Ever heard of the Louisville Eclipse, Colonels, or Grays?
It might just be that the city of Louisville is the most underrated town for major league sports in America. Much of that is because Louisville’s major league past is often forgotten. The Derby City—which bridges teams like the Reds in Cincinnati, the Cardinals in St. Louis, and the Braves in...