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  • We won't get the opportunity to drink watered-down Mint Juleps, learn about airline rules governing the transport of fancy hats as baggage, wait in line to urinate, or any of the other privileges incidental to showing up live between the Twin Spires on Derby day.

    the latest from 2010

  • As morning moved toward noon, the lore of this place with the fabled Twin Spires and the Derby that defines it found new perspective. - 2010

  • Someday when Dan gets a free minute or two he hopefully can go through the Twin Spires site and let us know how it all works relative to other online gambling outfits.

    Life In The Great Midwest 2010

  • To think about hearing that call, then to walk across the track to the paddock with more than 100,000 fans and the Twin Spires waiting for him, brings a squint to McCarthy's eyes.

    unknown title 2009

  • It is about trainers with muddy boots and bloodshot eyes who are plenty used to seeing the Twin Spires in the dark

    unknown title 2009


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  • The iconic pair of hexagonal spires of the Churchill Downs grandstand, erected in 1895.

    May 1, 2010