I've got Derby fever! Derby prep races introduce fans to the Kentucky Derby contenders long before Churchill's Spring Meet opens.
Black-tie gala to benefit Kentucky Derby Festival
We've just finished the first weekend in January, and it’s time to think about training for Derby. No, not the horses—you.
Breeders’ Cup planners suffered Kentucky Derby envy. Or perhaps Kentucky Derby intimidation is a better diagnosis. That’s why it took five years to bring the Cup to Churchill Downs.
My Morning Jacket returns to Louisville Oct. 29 for a hometown show at the new basketball arena. We going to hear some new material?
While the Breeders' Cup is less than a month away, Churchill Downs has released the design for next May's Run for the Roses.
Local news for Oct. 8, 2010
Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Real Quiet died yesterday after an accident in the paddock of Pennsylvania's Penn Ridge Farm.
Emeril Lagasse, chef, TV host and creator of kickin' it up a notch, had a lot of nice things to say about the Louisville food scene while he was in town Sunday for the inaugural Fork, Cork & Style festival at Churchill Downs.
Snooki wasn't the only feisty one on the Jersey Shore over the weekend as Bob Baffert-trained Preakness winner Lookin At Lucky won Monmouth Park's $1 million Haskell Invitational.
Use the Derby to gain new business and build life-long relationships.
Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver, and jockey Calvin Borel, drew the No. 8 post for Saturday's 135th Preakness Stakes and is the early 5-2 favorite for the Baltimore race.