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"It's my Derby" presented by Kentucky Derby Museum<br>
November 2, 2011
Enjoy an exclusive conversation with Kentucky Derby winners Bob Baffert, Mike Pegram, Graham Motion, Jerry Bailey, John Velazquez* & Angel Cordero, Jr. hosted by 4-time Derby winner D. Wayne Lukas. Arrive early for a VIP reception for a chance to meet one-on-one with the panel. Closing the evening will be a live auction of one-on-one Derby week experience packages with each racing celebrity.<br>
*Dependent on racing schedule
You could bid on Opening Night Racing and Bar-b-que with Graham Motion, Derby week brunch at D. Wayne Lukas' home, Dinner with Bob Baffert, Morning workouts Derby week with John Velazquez, a trip to Del Mar and a private tour with Mike Pegram, Golf with Jerry Bailey, VIP Oaks Day experience with Angel Cordero or the Ultimate Derby Dream Package.
5:30 PM - Doors Open <br>
6:00 PM - VIP Reception Begins <br>
7:15 PM - Main Event Begins <br>
8:30 PM - Auction Begins
“IT’S MY DERBY™” TICKET INFORMATION:
Open Seating $50.00 (Member Price $40.00)<br>
Open seating ticket includes hors d'oeuvres. <br>
Cash bar available.
VIP Reception & Reserved Seating $125.00<br>
VIP ticket includes a one-on-one cocktail reception with Derby winners, hors d'oeuvres and open bar. Immediately following the reception you will have reserved seating at the “It’s My Derby™” event and live auction held in the Great Hall.
For reservations please contact Andrea Goebel - email@example.com<br>
(502) 992-5904 (Business Hours: M-F 8:30am - 5:00pm)
Tickets are non-refundable. Business Attire.
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