Yes, that’s right, it’s only September, but the journey to the Kentucky Derby has begun!
Churchill Downs welcomes back live racing when it opens its September meet Friday, Sept. 5.
Churchill Downs Inc. promotes from within to find new Chief Executive Officer.
Churchill Downs "Derbyfies" the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Larry Collmus, who recently replaced Mark Johnson as track announcer at Churchill Downs is leaving the Derby City to pick up the reins from Tom Durkin as track announcer for the New York Racing Association.
Take the family out for a good time at one of these worthwhile tourist stops.
It's no longer a rumor, Breeders' Cup is coming to Keeneland Race Course in Lexington.
Five graded stakes races, Kentucky Derby trophy presentation, and live music on tap for Saturday’s Downs After Dark.
It’s California Chrome’s race to lose. He’ll battle 10 others on Saturday for the final jewel in the Triple Crown.
If you’re not going to the Belmont Stakes in Elmont, NY, go to Keeneland in Lexington or Churchill Downs in Louisville.
I’m joining the Courier-Journal’s Jennie Rees and other racing analysts for a fun day of racing and teaching about handicapping and wagering.
Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome vies for the second jewel in the Triple Crown.