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May 10-16, 2013 Issue #00127
TIDBITS INVESTIGATES THE
KENTUCKY DERBYby Kathy Wolfe
And theyre off! Every year, the first Saturday in May marks The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports, the annual Kentucky Derby. Tidbits offers some fascinating facts about the Run for the Roses, a contest for three-year-old thoroughbred horses held every year since 1875.
Construction on the racetrack now known as Churchill Downs was begun in Louisville, Kentucky in 1874. It was the brainstorm of Meriwether Lewis Clark Jr., the grandson of William Clark of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Clark leased 80 acres of land from his uncles John and Henry Churchill, and raised $32,000 for constructions costs by selling membership subscriptions to the track for $100 each.
The first Kentucky Derby was held in May of 1875 before a crowd of 10,000 spectators. Fifteen three-year-old thoroughbreds pounded around the track and the contest was won by a chestnut named Aristides. The original race was 1.5 miles (2.41 km), compared to todays 1.25 miles (2.01 km). Aristides accomplished the distance in just under 2:38. In 1896 it was determined that 1.5 miles was too long a distance for three-year-old horses so early in the spring, and the race length was shortened.
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The Green, located in the Village Green Hotel, has a fun, sporty atmosphere that makes a great place for a casual lunch or late-night snack. Its numerous TVs provide a great place to have a cold one and watch a game or two. Play some pool, relax and enjoy the atmosphere. Stay a while after dinner on the weekends and enjoy the North Okanagans premiere live music venue where artists from all genres perform to all ages on their stage.
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A man was walking on the beach one day where he found a bottle half buried in the sand. He decided to open it. Inside was a genie. The genie said, I will grant you three wishes and three wishes only. The man thought about his first wish and decided, I think I want 1 million dollars transferred to a Swiss bank account. POOF! In his hand he held a Swiss bankbook with a $1 million balance. Next, he wished for a red Ferrari. POOF! There was the car sitting in front of him. Finally, he asked for his final wish, I wish I was irresistible to women. POOF! He turned into a box of chocolates.
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47 Antiquity, quaintly48 Old televangelism letters49 Burden50 Adjust at the garage, perhaps52 Composer for whom an annual violin competition is named54 Nonreactive55 Deadpan features56 Suit material57 Woman in a tree?58 Suit material59 Give away60 Tablets from docs
down1 Shows nerve2 Londons setting3 Conked out4 One of the Jacksons5 Carnegie Deli offering6 Dismissive sorts?7 Narrow inlets8 Barbara __: Beach Boys hit9 White meat source10 Rejections11 Bibles City of Palm Trees12 Confessed
13 They get you in15 Magnetic induction unit20 Hockey game clincher23 Driving problem26 Currency with King Mongkut on the fifty27 As You Like It forest31 Secret rival32 O Fortuna composer34 Agreed35 Wedding arranger?36 Perfectly restored
37 Stark39 Attendants40 Done41 Many Suffragette opponents45 Half a legendary bluegrass duo48 Advisory group51 Press52 Minute opening53 First name in linguistics55 Co. heads
KENTUCKY DERBY (continued): When race fans showed up for the 1895 event,
they were met by a brand-new grandstand featuring the Twin Spires. A 24-year-old draftsman designed the Spires, which have become a familiar landmark to the Derby crowd.
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