The annual Pegasus Parade is "the Derby" of KDF events for kids. It will march down Broadway from Campbell to 9th St. at 5:00 pm.
Kids have Oaks Day off. If you're not at the track, here are some activities for you (or a sitter) on Friday.
Now in its 3rd year, Derby Hot 100 has decided it would be fitting enough to expand to 3 nights.
Yesterday, I took a look at past Derbys and movies that go along with each era. Essentially, I’ve been taking a look at the winners, interesting facts, and assigning a horse racing related movie to every decade and that brings us to today, where we’re up to the 1950’s.
Well, were within days from the most exciting two minutes in sports history and last year at this time I took a little bit of time to share some movies related to the “sport of kings” that would get everybody in the mood for the Derby.
Since 1985 the Kentucky Derby Museum has been preserving the image of the Kentucky Derby and horse racing in the region as a whole, for that reason they are a Sports legend of the 'Ville.
Track officials have released a revised list of Derby and Oaks “Dos and Don’ts” – items permitted for patron carry-in to the track on those days and items that are banned
Tired of going to the track to lose big? Take it Easy this year.
The 4th Annual Annmarie's Art Breakfast
The Danielle Dafler Celebrity Charity Gala
One of the country’s most popular retailers, Macy’s, is the title sponsor of the Kentucky Derby Festival’s Spring Fashion Show for the first time. The annual show is Thursday, Mar. 28, in the Showroom of Horseshoe Southern Indiana. The night starts with cocktails and boutique shopping at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m. and the runway show at 8 p.m.
Louisville: Did you know? is a weekly comic illustrating facts about Louisville and Kentucky. This week we are getting a little tipsy.