Kentucky Derby still bills itself as “the fastest two minutes in sports,” despite the fact that the not-so-recent invention of motorized vehicles left the poor ponies in the dust a good while ago. And with the Louisville forecast calling for an 80 percent chance of “strong storms” all day tomorrow, the bound-to-be-muddy 136th Kentucky Derby isn’t likely to break any land speed records…">

And They’re Off!: Where to Watch the Kentucky Derby in Chicago

Yes, the Kentucky Derby still bills itself as “the fastest two minutes in sports,” despite the fact that the not-so-recent invention of motorized vehicles left the poor ponies in the dust a good while ago. And with the Louisville forecast calling for an 80 percent chance of “strong storms” all day tomorrow, the bound-to-be-muddy 136th Kentucky Derby isn’t likely to break any land speed records…

Yes, the Kentucky Derby still bills itself as “the fastest two minutes in sports,” despite the fact that the not-so-recent invention of motorized vehicles left the poor ponies in the dust a good while ago. And with the Louisville forecast calling for an 80 percent chance of “strong storms” all day tomorrow, the bound-to-be-muddy 136th Kentucky Derby isn’t likely to break any land speed records (this is morbid, but I’m just hoping no one breaks a… read more »

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