If you're not attending the Kentucky Derby, odds are you're going to a Derby party or hosting a Derby party. A Derby party is a fun way to enjoy the festivities of the Derby with your family and friends. Below are a few ideas that will make your Derby party something all will enjoy.
Kentucky Derby 137 Profile: Pants On Fire
Oaks 137 Profile: KathmanbluBay (brown) fillySire: Bluegrass CatDam: Abba Gold (by Devil's Bag)Trainer: Kenny McPeekOwner: Five D Thoroughbreds and Wind River StablesJockey: Julien LeparouxColor of Silks: black with hot pink stripeGraded Earnings: $328,525
Oaks 137 Profile: Bouquet BoothDark Bay (brown) fillySire: Flower AlleyDam: Toll Order (by Loup Sauvage)Trainer: Steve MargolisOwner: Right Time Racing LLCJockey: Robby AlbaradoColor of Silks: Yellow with "RTR" in red circle, red sleeves with yellow stripeGraded Earnings: $326,000
Oaks 137 Profile: Joyful VictoryGray/roan fillySire: TapitDam: Wild Lucy Black (by Wild Again)Trainer: Larry JonesOwner: Fox Hill Farms Inc.Jockey: Mike SmithColor of Silks: red and whiteGraded Earnings: $345,000
Kentucky Derby 137 Profile: Stay Thirsty
TARC will provide service to Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Oaks and Derby on regular routes that will follow detours away from the track starting at about 4:30 p.m. on both race days.
Hang around the Downs long enough and you’ll hear them all — the excuses, the braggadocio and other verbal atrocities that are just flat-out infuriating to anyone within earshot. Here’s a short glossary of things I’ve often heard that should never be repeated:
Who doesn't have a guilty pleasure or two? I, for one, must confess to spending more than a little too much time watching The Real Housewives series which began with The Real Housewives of Orange County. Now, Vicki Gunvalson, an original from that show will be be bringing a little of the OC here to...
Join over 500 professionals at Flame Run Glass Studio for one of the hottest Derby Eve parties in the city. The Derby Hot 100 party takes place on Friday May 6, 2011 and touts one hot event you won't regret.
Any serious discussion of racetrack etiquette has to begin with the single thing that affects every betting patron: What the person in front of you is doing at the window/self-service terminal.
Kentucky Derby 137 Profile: Mucho Macho Man