Sunday was a big day for the history of Churchill Downs and especially for Louisville native, trainer Dale Romans. Romans became just the second trainer in Churchill Downs history to win 700 career races at the track. Two year old, Promises Fulfilled, ridden by Robby Albarado won Sunday's seventh race by four lengths. Dale wasn't in town, but his longtime partner Tammy Fox was there in his place to watch the incredible accomplishment.
College Gameday is back at the University of Louisville for the second consecutive year, but instead of being at the stadium due to construction, they've taken over the green lawn at Grawemeyer Hall off third streetFormer Louisville and ESPN analyst Lee Corso said, "There's no question it's Lamar Jackson versus Clemson, the guy is a tremendous football player. I thought Roger Staubach was the greatest football player I've ever seen play football and this guys getting close.
After a 20 year hiatus, the International Outboard Grand Prix Power Boats are back on the Waterfront, racing for spectators all along the Ohio River. "Oh we came back to Louisville because this venue is amazing, the viewing is great, the audience is great, and the fans are on top of it," said announcer Kay Brewer. Racer Mark Welch said, "I haven't raced this Ohio River, this is the first time for me to be here and I'm pretty excited about it, it looks like we're gonna have a great course."
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Selecting a term
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