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Churchill Downs™ 

An American Icon
Horse racing in Kentucky dates back to 1789, when the first race course was constructed in Lexington. Almost 100 years later, in 1875, Churchill Downs officially opened its gates in Louisville, and began its tradition as "Home of the Kentucky Derby" and the longest continually-running sporting event in America. Churchill Downs Racetrack conducts Thoroughbred horse racing during three race meets in the Spring, September, and the Fall.  ChurchillDowns



The Kentucky Derby™ 

The Kentucky Derby™ has been conducted annually, without interruption, since 1875 and is rivaled by few events in the world for spectacle, beauty and excitement. Derby Day is a celebration of fashion, food and sheer enjoyment that peaks with a dramatic thoroughbred race that is celebrated around the world. The “Run for the Roses” is also touted as “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports.”  KentuckyDerby


The Kentucky Oaks™ 

The Longines Kentucky Oaks is America’s premier and most lucrative race for 3-year old fillies (female horses), held each year the Friday before the Kentucky Derby. Like the Kentucky Derby, the Longines Kentucky Oaks is one of the longest continually-held sporting events in American history. Aside from thunderous live horse racing, fans celebrate fashion, and fundraising for critical women’s health issues.  KentuckyOaks
 


University of Louisville Athletics

The University of Louisville is home to one of the most storied athletic programs in the nation. The Cardinals boast nine national championships, 59 team conference titles in men's and women's sports, and hundreds of All-Americans.

The success of UofL's teams contribute to a sense of pride in the community and across the state. The very mention of the "Cardinals" evokes a sense of history, tradition and championships. Nationwide, UofL is synonymous with winning. GoCards 


 


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