Oaks behind me, I needed Oats. On Derby morning, I was tasked with breakfast, both personally and professionally. The Historic Homes Foundation was nice enough to invite my wife and I, along with media sponsor Garden & Gun magazine, to the 34th Annual Historic Homes Foundation Derby Breakfast at Farmington Historical Plantation. The Plantation is nestled next to Sullivan University, and when I say ‘nestled’, I am speaking of the one-lane tree-lined road along the student dorms. This secluded road leads to what used to house a 50-acre hemp plantation built for John and Lucy Speed during 1815 and is now a national historic treasure.
The most ridiculously delicious Derby dessert ever: a piecaken!
Fred Cowgill has covered Louisville sports for 26 years. So what was he describing when he said, "It was one of the most special moments of my life, and the biggest story of my career"?
The Kentucky Derby Festival is attempting to give YOU a million dollars.
Shamrock’s Nathan Dieudonne and Moore’s Mekale McKay join the fray!
Three Indiana recruits and one University of Louisville recruit will hoop it up!
Diana Ross will be in town the week before Derby!
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.
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.
No, I did not see Judy Green on the cover of any foreign publication.
A horse obsession beyond the Derby will be seen at Bunbury Theatre in Equus, which opens on Friday.