If you’re planning on attending the Kentucky Derby on May 2, leave your selfie stick at home. Churchill Downs has announced that it is banning selfie sticks and drones (!!), in addition to re-entry. The no re-entry policy is intended to prevent counterfeit tickets from being sold. Show More Summary
Kentucky Derby and Oaks spectators at Churchill Downs this year will have to think of an alternative way to capture images of their hats from more than an arms length away. (Maybe just ask someone to snap your photo?) Organizers of the annual event announced it was banning selfie sticks on Thursday, The Courier-Journal reports. The Oaks […]
If you want a "selfie" at the Kentucky Derby, ya better leave your selfie stick at home -- because Churchill Downs has officially BANNED everyone's favorite phone accessory. It's a pretty big moment for professional sports -- since selfie…
Beware horse racing fans: Selfie sticks and drones to a list of things that will be banned from the Kentucky Derby this year. According to (...)
We're off to the 2015 Kentucky Derby races - or at least, dressing the part. Whether that actually means you're headed to Churchill Downs or rooting for your favorite horse at a friend's party, there's one accessory that will supply all the Derby chic you'll need, and that, of course, is a gorgeous hat. Show More Summary
The prince talked climate change, the duchess toured Churchill Downs.
Cultural festival, sustainability confab, Churchill Downs among the highlights.
Cultural festival, Churchill Downs among the list of destinations.
Back in November there was a gas explosion at the Hyatt Regency Churchill in London’s West End that caused enough damage to shut down the hotel for a period of time. No guests were harmed in the explosion, though some employees were...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) There are a lot of myths and apocryphal stories about Churchill that can never quite be put down (such as the one that he was so drunk on one 1940 radio speech that he hired an actor to deliver it for him). The Churchill Center—you should join!—has a long list of the myths, along with links with the definitive information. Show More Summary
Best known outside of the gambling industry as the racecourse that hosts the Kentucky Derby, the casino operator and online betting company now has a new gaming arm....
Churchill Downs was no doubt drawn to Big Fish Casino.
Dmitry Balyasny’s Balyasny Asset Management disclosed today a 45% increase in its exposure to Churchill Downs, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHDN). According to a Schedule 13G form filed with the SEC, the fund now beneficially owns an aggregate of 909,724 shares of the company’s Common Stock, which represent more than 5.2% of its total shares outstanding. Balyasny Asset […]
Matthew Sidman’s Three Bays Capital has revealed a new stake in Churchill Downs, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHDN). The position contains almost 921,900 shares, which represent 5.3% of the company’s common stock. At the current price of Churchill Downs, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHDN), the value of the passive position amounts to roughly $90.33 million. Matthew Sidman is a former employee […]
Churchill Downs has no problems with Wes Welker -- with reps telling TMZ Sports there were no signs he was doing drugs during the Kentucky Derby... noting that he's welcome back to the track anytime. Welker was suspended by the NFL for 4 games…
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Not far from Churchill Downs, along Shelbyville Road east of downtown, there's a horse race otherwise known as the PGA Championship. Firing a third-round 67 that included six birdies and two bogeys, favorite Rory McIlroy is ahead by a nose. Show More Summary
Anyone who hosts their PGA Champions Dinner at Churchill Downs
When California Chrome arrived at Churchill Downs earlier this year, his trainer, Art Sherman, kept hearing from people around the track why his horse wouldn't win the Kentucky Derby.
Wes Welker confirmed Friday he didn't return the extra $15,000 he won at the Kentucky Derby to Churchill Downs.
A racehorse died at Kentucky's Churchill Downs racetrack, killed by a freak accident after being startled, the owner says, by the track's new sound system. Trainer Kenneth Wirth reported that Never Tell Lynda, a five-year-old mare, was near the paddock when she suddenly reared, twisted in the air, then fell striking her head. Show More Summary