Some pictures of the 136 breast cancer survivors selected by an online nomination and selection process to parade on the track at Churchill Downs before the Kentucky Oaks
In a an exciting duel, Blind Luck overtakes Evening Jewel to win the $500,000 Added Grade I Kentucky Oaks.
Son of Prime Timber out of River Princess runs five furlongs over the "firm" Matt Winn Turf Course in 0:55.54.
Lou Brissie held off Boys At Tosconova to win the 22nd running of the Kentucky Juvenile on Friday afternoon on the Kentucky Oaks undercard.
Maria Menounos; Miss Kentucky, Mallory Ervin; and Kentucky's second lady, Allison Mongiardo among celebs in attendance last night at the Frazier International Museum
Horse of the Year outdueled in $400,000, Grade II Stakes
Star-studded Ferdinand's Ball raised $30,000 for "Old Friends", rescuing and retiring Thoroughbreds after their caeers end.
There are hundreds of varieties of mint. Why settle for boring ol' grocery store mint for your Julep when you can cultivate your own instead?
Before the recession inspired people to take a "staycation" the Chow Wagon was Louisville's excuse for a relaxing hometown day off. It's one part state fair, one part day at the park, and one part grownups playing hookey with their friends for a cheerful drink or three.
Two sportswriting hacks, a local radio "personality", a preschooler, and a professional turf writer/handicapper enter a Battle Royale of Handicapping for the 25 races of the Oaks and Derby cards. Who will come out on top?
Unless jockeys have gotten tall and have ample cleavage, that is
Rachel Alexandra returns to Churchill Downs on Friday. Could the champion filly, who wowed us with her victory in the 2009 Kentucky Oaks and Preakness Stakes, overshadow the 136th Run for the Lillies?