I’ll pass on the KFC centered menu. Our Derby chow focus’s on BBQ and Burgoo and Mint Juleps in silvery mugs (frosted)- ONE sweet one for tradition, then just the Bourbon for sipping the rest of the afternoon.
Lots of Pies, and salads that need refrigeration during the day.
Local TV is at the track from 5am Friday, all thought the Friday (Kentucky Oakes) day racing, then again Saturday they start at 5 am, switching to the Wimps of National Coverage at 5 pm for the actual race…but then back to the locals as soon as Bob Costas and his crew have finished pontificatting about the demise of Horse Racing in America. I really don’t like the National NBC coverage…but the local NBC station does a great job of covering everything about the Derby !!
Looks like the Infield Blowout Party is not going to develope anymore. The infield is filling up with paid entertainment and Hi-Def equipment, taking the place of the party-throwers of years past. [8)]