Friday, May 1, 2015

The Pegasus Parade Before The Kentucky Derby

All photos: The Courier-Journal.com
Louisville, Kentucky is a spirited city with wonderful, down-to-earth people. They are preparing for tomorrow's Kentucky Derby. The Pegasus Parade is 60 years strong, and it's a fun event for children of all ages, who enjoy big balloons, street performers and floats. 








Tomorrow people will host derby parties and watch the race, itself, which is called the most exciting two minutes in sports.

Chances are mint juleps and Bourbon balls will also factor into the day. 

If you can't make it to Churchill Downs for The Kentucky Derby (the run for the roses) this year, you can watch it on TV. Post time is 6:30 pm EST.
Red rose
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1 comment:

  1. Always learning good things on this blog. My horse did not win, but Derby party I threw was a success. Blantons bourbon figures prominently, I am learning the secrets of the horse on the top.

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