Louisville.com may not be able to tell you which horse is going to win the 136th Kentucky Derby (well, at least with 100 percent accuracy), but we are your source for everything related to the Run for the Roses this weekend.
We'll have reporters embedded all over Louisville at the hottest parties (because they're the ones we're attending) as well as at the track. So check Louisville.com, our Twitter feed and Facebook Fan Pagefor live updates throughout the weekend.
Here's our card:
Our turf writer Tony Singleton's been at Churchill Downs all week, filing profiles of all of the Derby contenders as well as covering breaking stories. And as the ponies are just one part of what makes Oaks and Derby so great, Louisville.com will have four more writers joining him there this weekend (which is almost as many losing entrants as Todd Pletcher will have in the race) with live reports from the infield, red carpet, Millionaire's Row and quite possibly the track's drunk tank.
And you can follow their handicapping inabilities here.
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