Although Mint Julep’s are thought of for Kentucky Derby Day, the actual Mint Julep Day is May 30. Here are several places to get your Mint Julep on. Davio’s Their concoction is unique Basil Mint Juelep. This will be served throughout the Month of May. Lumen at The Ritz-Carlton Atlanta downtown is offering a “southern […]
Seersucker has a very specific reputation. The lightweight cotton fabric, which is most commonly striped or checked, is synonymous with preppy style. The Kentucky Derby, country clubs and adorable kiddos in rompers (like Prince George!) come to mind. There's even a national day dedicated to the summery material called Seersucker Day. Show More Summary
American Pharaoh has taken the Preakness and the Kentucky Derby titles, so all that’s left to join the ranks of Triple Crown-winning horses is a win at the Belmont in New York. Should American Pharaoh be able to defeat the field there, he will join 11 other curiously named fellas in the annals of horseracing history. However, knocking down […]
Imagine getting paid $60,000... just to bang. That's how much it costs to mate with American Pharoah's father right now... and the prices are going UP UP UP in the wake of AP dominating at the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness. The...
Earlier this month we were fortunate enough to travel to the Kentucky Derby with the event’s official timekeepers, Longines. And what really captured our attention wasn’t the Derby hats (though those were amazing), the star-studded red carp... via JustLuxe.com
Slate has an article about the increasing length of the names of racehorses:I collected the names of every horse to ever compete in the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, or Belmont Stakes between each race's inception and 2014. Going...Show More Summary
The Belmont Stakes in three weeks just got a lot more interesting. American Pharoah won the Preakness today, just as he did the Kentucky Derby. Now he's just one victory away from the Triple Crown. No horse has done that since Affirmed in 1978. Jockey Victor Espinoza again rode American...
The 3-year-old colt is trying to become the 12th horse to ever win the Triple Crown. When American Pharoah cruised to a victory on the muddy track Saturday at Pimlico, he became the 14th horse to win both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes since Affirmed won the Triple Crown in 1978. Show More Summary
With Tale of Verve having been shut out of the Kentucky Derby — judged the 21st-best horse in a field with room for 20 — trainer Dallas Stewart and owner Charles Fipke had all the more reason to celebrate Saturday after a runner-up finish in the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course.
Viewers are always interested to see if the Kentucky Derby winner can pull off a Preakness Stakes win and put a Triple Crown win possibility in play for the Belmont Stakes in June. This year, it is in play. American Pharoah, who wasShow More Summary
Stormy weather didn't stop Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah from crossing the muddy finish line first at the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore on Saturday The Preakness favorite now has a chance at a Triple Crown at the Belmont Stakes on June 6. Show More Summary
The Kentucky Derby winner still has a chance at the Triple Crown.
American Pharoah is on his way getting his misspelled name in the history books! Following his victory at the Kentucky Derby, the speedy colt won the 140th Preakness Stakes, putting him on track for a shot to earn horse racing's highest...Show More Summary
Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah is the favorite to win the 140th running of the Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico in Baltimore. NBC will provide coverage of the second leg of the 2015 triple crown. Coverage on NBC began at 4:30 p.m. Show More Summary
American Pharaoh is the favorite after winning the Kentucky Derby, but Firing Line and Dortmund will be strong competition. Trainer Bob Baffert won three Kentucky Derbies before 2015 and each of those three Derby winners followed up two weeks later with a win in the Preakness Stakes. Show More Summary
Can Pharaoh become the third horse in the last eight years to win the first two legs of the Triple Crown? The second leg of the Triple Crown gets underway on Saturday afternoon as Kentucky Derby winner American Pharaoh tries to beat out a strong field at the Preakness. Show More Summary
Dortmund and Firing Line will continue their rivalry on Saturday and hope to upset American Pharoah in the Preakness Stakes. Dortmund had a six-race undefeated streak snapped when he finished in third place at the Kentucky Derby. The...Show More Summary
It's American Pharoah vs. the field in Saturday's eight-horse Preakness. Trainer Bob Baffert won three Kentucky Derbies before 2015 and each of those three Derby winners followed up two weeks later with a win in the Preakness Stakes....Show More Summary
American Pharoah was whipped at least 32 times during the Kentucky Derby. The racing commission's response? Meh. The post Why American Pharoah Will Be Beaten at the Preakness appeared first on PETA.
One leg is down with the Kentucky Derby bringing forth American Pharoah as the winner, and now he will try to take the 2015 Preakness Stakes. The second leg of the Triple Crown is going to take place on the afternoon of Saturday, May 16, at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. Show More Summary