Contributor Network – 3 hours ago If you are like most fans, you have wondered why the Kentucky Derby is called the "Run for the Roses." In fact, there is an expansive history behind the "Run for the Roses" nickname that many born in the Bluegrass
This is going to be one of the busier days of the sports year. Yay!
No sporting event is complete without food and drink, so why should the Kentucky Derby be any different? Even if you're not watching the race live, it's a great excuse to get some friends together and host a Derby party with
LOUISVILLE – Nineteen Derby dreams will be dashed on Saturday, but one will ride on. Could it be the Kentucky Derby fantasy of Phyllis Wyeth and Union Rags, the colt she bred at her Point Lookout Farm in Wilmington, Del.? Back in 2010, the 71-year-old
The Derby is like politics in so many ways. Someone runs. Someone wins. People contribute money and get their hopes up. There is a weird sense that somehow all of your problems will be solved and the world will right itself