bring your own mint julep; here’s all the links you’ll need for Derby Day

May 5, 2007 at 11:06 am 1 comment

You can read the most up to date Derby news at View slideshows, watch videos and read more things about the run for the roses than you knew existed.

Read the live blog from the infield.

Read notes from the backside of Churchill downs at this blog.

The Queen herself is going to the Derby.

Wondering about past Derby Winners?

Need a Derby t-shirt, shot glass, or a baseball hat? Shop for Derby merchandise at the Kentucky Derby store.

Here’s a recipe for mint julep.

The museum is closed for Oaks and Derby Day, but when the big day is over, visit the Derby Museum.

And of course here’s the official site of the Kentucky Derby.

Locally, you can watch ongoing live television coverage on WLEX channel 18. WLEX also will be broadcasting online. Post time is 6:04. NBC starts coverage of the 133rd Run for the Roses at 4:30 eastern.

horse racing photo above courtesy of


Entry filed under: churchill downs, horse racing, Kentucky Derby, news, sports, triple crown.

Part 2: will somebody please just empty my rosie? Alex’s horse won

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. guinever  |  May 5, 2007 at 11:57 am

    I’ve never had a mint julep, in case anyone was wondering.


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