Courier-Journal turf writer Jennie Rees and husband and trainer Pat Dupuy hope to strike the wire first on Thursday, when their horse, Strike Impact, runs in Churchill Downs' fifth race.
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Thursday is the new Oaks for Louisvillians.
Louisville's own VilleBillies are back again with a new album, and some big news for their Derby gigs. Check out what they had to say on all the hype!
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Derby Week is marked by an impressive slate of extremely festive social events ranging from campouts like the Hillbilly Infield, to the most celebrated party of them all, the Barnstable Brown Gala.
Group educates women about horse racing in a fun, social atmosphere.
One year, though, it rained badly on Oaks night, and we were using squeegees and vacuums on the red carpet the following morning because we didn’t want these celebrities to hear their shoes make squishing noises
She may be known for her successful weight-loss empire, but Jenny Craig has another livelihood: horse racing.
You think I know when I’m going to fall off a horse? No, sir, you’re absolutely wrong. If I knew it was coming, then I’d prevent it from happening. When I’m falling, the first thing that happens is a feeling of shock.
Just before dawn on the first Saturday in May, Carol Belser adorns the Churchill Downs winner’s circle with roses. She appreciates this early-morning moment as the only part of her day that is almost completely silent. During the rest of her hectic weekend there is little time for reflection.
‘60s-themed Running of the Rodents this Thursday at Spalding