Park, W. C.
May 1972
Sports Illustrated;May1972, Vol. 36 Issue 18, p34
The article provides information on the festivities at the Kentucky Derby Week in Louisville, Kentucky in May 1972. It says that the first Saturday of the month will feature fireworks displays, bicycle races, presentations, parties, parades and horse racing. According to the author, the Kentucky Derby cannot be dismissed lightly because it has something to do with the prestigious Triple Crown honor in horse racing. Details of the Churchill Downs racetrack are also presented.


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