Do you want to look better than any of your friends this Derby? Do you have an aching desire to have the tie, the jacket, the BOWTIE that will make you the talk of the town?
Another Saturday, another Derby prep race, and a much anticipated three-year-old debut as To Honor And Serve attempts the Fasig-Tipton Fountain of Youth Stakes.
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.
Bristol Bar & Grille is offering a sneak peak at their front row seats for Thunder Over Louisville. Bonus... the sneak peek comes with free food.
Thunder Over Louisville will be on April 16.
Black-tie gala to benefit Kentucky Derby Festival
We've just finished the first weekend in January, and it’s time to think about training for Derby. No, not the horses—you.
Breeders' Cup World Championships? Yes, we have an app for that. Want to watch all 14 championship races live, get race records for each contender, and get important information regarding Churchill Downs, including seat/facility maps, post times, and local weather?
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.
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.
There's so much going down Derby that you better be sure to get up, get out, and get into something...
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.