The Kentucky Derby is held in Louisville at Churchill Downs. The race is held on the first Saturday in May each year.Know More
Kentucky and Churchill Downs have a long heritage of horse racing. Churchill Downs has been the premier location for horse races in Kentucky since 1875. Since then, it has earned the name as "Home of the Kentucky Derby."
The racetrack wasn't official named Churchill Downs until 1937. Since then, it has survived many ups and downs in the American economy, including the Great Depression. Because of supporters like Matt Winn, the racetrack remains a staple in America and continues to attract thousands of spectators each year when the race is run in May.Learn more about Classic Sports
In a badminton forehand shot, the badminton racket is held with a forehand grip on the dominant side of the body. The shuttle is struck with a pushing motion and the palm toward the opponent. There are several forehand strokes, including the clear, lob, smash and drop shot.Full Answer >
A Kentucky Hot Brown is an open-faced, meat-based sandwich that was first created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky in the 1920s. The traditional Hot Brown is served warm and includes ingredients such as turkey, pork bacon and Mornay sauce.Full Answer >
The Kentucky Exposition Center is located at 937 Phillips Lane in Louisville, Kentucky. As of 2015, its phone number for general information and events is 502-367-5000.Full Answer >
Examples of famous Kentucky Derby horses include War Admiral, Count Fleet, Seattle Slew and Sunday Silence. Charismatic and Spend a Buck are two more examples.Full Answer >