Local news for Dec. 15, 2011
Sunday marked the last day of racing at Churchill Downs this year, in honor of that I take a look at some of the Kentucky Derby legends.
Second "Stars of Tomorrow" program of the Churchill Downs meet highlights 2-year-olds
Uncle Mo returns to Churchill Downs to attempt the Breeders' Cup Classic this Saturday.
Trainer Graham Motion says the colt, who underwent surgery in June, is progressing toward his return.
Saturday marks the eight Ken-Ducky Derby, a race for a good cause.
Churchill Downs starts back up in October and welcomes the Breeder's cup in early November. With that in mind, I'm continuing to look at the landmark sports venues in the city of Louisville.
Would you pay $50 for Kentucky Derby and Oaks tickets six months in advance, regardless of whether or not you actually got tickets?
Stay Thirsty takes the 1 1/4 mile Travers Stakes at Saratoga.
The Travers Stakes pits the Preakness and Belmont winners against Travers favorite, Stay Thirsty, who finished 12th in the Kentucky Derby.
Local news for Aug. 22, 2011
Animal Kingdom will not race the remainder of the year.