Listening to people whine about the Derby outcome is more irritating than getting a bugle blast at point blank range. Let it go, people. Country House is the winner. Maximum Security was moved to the first position behind the furthest trailing horse that he impeded. Thus, Maximum Security is officially listed as finishing #17 out of nineteen horses in the race. An explanation of Maximum Security's #KyDerby disqualification. pic.twitter.com/vf8AN4qvD2— Kentucky Derby (@KentuckyDerby) May 4, 2019 Churchill Downs officials have cleared all but one race fan out of the stands. Keith Richards does not seem to understand that Millionaires Row is now closed.
How much should aunts and uncles dole out to a 2019 college graduate? $100, maybe $200. Best thing to do is ask someone who's about to graduate. When it's your niece, it's a joy to share. Here's my radio chat with Addie Meiners, the next media superstar. What a delight to broadcast from Keeneland Race Course and run into not one - but two! - of my sweet nieces. I held both of these girls just hours after they were born and have loved them dearly their entire lives. Addie Meiners (daughter of my brother Mike) will graduate from the University of Kentucky in May and is already an accomplished sports broadcaster. She's done radio and television shows, and
The high holy season in Kentucky is upon us with thoroughbred racing underway at Keeneland thru April 29th. Churchill Downs opens the next day and leads us to the 142nd Kentucky Derby on May 7th. They're off! Keeneland paddock, April 15, 2016 another perfect day for win, place, or show Doug O'Neill, center, is the trainer of Kentucky Derby favorite Nyquist. Neither Tom or I bet on Doug O'Neill's 2012 Derby winner I'll Have Another so we won't miss a chance to ride another O'Neill victory run at this year's Greatest Two Minutes in Sports. Watch I'll Have Another race past 2012 favorite Bodemeister below. If 2016 reveals another superstar like last year's American Pharoah, don't be shocked if his
So far, my horse is still in it. A spot along the rail is the best seat in any sporting venue anywhere. In Kentucky, we teach them the fine art of pari-mutuel wagering as soon as they're old enough to reach the betting window. Keeneland in the the spring: a perfectly Kentucky experience