July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
A few tips to make your Derby party a success.
If you're not attending the Kentucky Derby, odds are you're going to a Derby party or hosting a Derby party. A Derby party is a fun way to enjoy the festivities of the Derby with your family and friends. Below are a few ideas that will make your Derby party something all will enjoy.
July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
Hang around the Downs long enough and you'll hear them all - the excuses, the braggadocio and other verbal atrocities that are just flat-out infuriating to anyone within earshot.
Hang around the Downs long enough and you’ll hear them all — the excuses, the braggadocio and other verbal atrocities that are just flat-out infuriating to anyone within earshot. Here’s a short glossary of things I’ve often heard that should never be repeated:  ...
July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
Any serious discussion of racetrack etiquette has to begin with the single thing that affects every betting patron: What the person in front of you is doing at the window/self-service terminal.
Any serious discussion of racetrack etiquette has to begin with the single thing that affects every betting patron: What the person in front of you is doing at the window/self-service terminal.
July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
by Lou
Rather than rolling up that program and whipping yourself with it, Why not calmly study its contents? It may make Derby Day go a lot smoother for everyone.
Rather than rolling up that program and whipping yourself with it, Why not calmly study its contents? It may make Derby Day go a lot smoother for everyone
July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
I never invite people to Derby but have accepted the fact that if you live in Louisville, they will come. Actually, I’m not convinced my out-of-town friends realize Louisville exists when it’s not Derby Weekend.
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