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    Dress Code

    Friday, May 2 2014 8:57 AM EDT2014-05-02 12:57:54 GMT
    Apparel Recommendations Oaks and Derby days are a “Dress to Impress” occasion. That being said, here are some guidelines to help you be comfortable on the day:Reserved seating areas (Grandstand, clubhouse, suites, dining rooms and corporate hospitality areas)Ladies typically wear pastel-colored suits, dresses, or bold separates. Hats are the major fashion trend at the Derby, so don’t forget yours! High heels always look nice with your colorful Derby and Oaks outfits but you may want to pack a...More >>
    Apparel Recommendations Oaks and Derby days are a “Dress to Impress” occasion. That being said, here are some guidelines to help you be comfortable on the day:Reserved seating areas (Grandstand, clubhouse, suites, dining rooms and corporate hospitality areas)Ladies typically wear pastel-colored suits, dresses, or bold separates. Hats are the major fashion trend at the Derby, so don’t forget yours! High heels always look nice with your colorful Derby and Oaks outfits but you may want to pack a...More >>
  • LMPD increasing security, but says no threats to Derby events

    LMPD increasing security, but says no threats to Derby events

    Tuesday, April 29 2014 3:28 PM EDT2014-04-29 19:28:25 GMT
    As is always the case, Churchill Downs will have increased security in place during Derby Week, and law enforcement officials tell us they plan to step up patrols for at least one Derby event...More >>
    As is always the case, Churchill Downs will have increased security in place during Derby Week, and law enforcement officials tell us they plan to step up patrols for at least one Derby event...
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  • What you can and can't bring to the Kentucky Derby

    What you can and can't bring to the Kentucky Derby

    Tuesday, April 29 2014 12:07 PM EDT2014-04-29 16:07:21 GMT
    Permitted items on Derby and Oaks Day:Food items in clear plastic bags (maximum size 18” X 18” - no trash bags)*“Box” lunches in clear plastic bags or containers (maximum size 18” X 18” - no trash bags)Water and soft drinks – plastic bottles only (sealed, clear and unopened)Purses, but none larger than 12” in any dimension (subject to search)Baby/diaper bags – only if accompanied by a child (subject to search)Small cameras – none equipped with detachable lenses or lenses of 6” or more **Binoc...More >>
    Permitted items on Derby and Oaks Day:Food items in clear plastic bags (maximum size 18” X 18” - no trash bags)*“Box” lunches in clear plastic bags or containers (maximum size 18” X 18” - no trash bags)Water and soft drinks – plastic bottles only (sealed, clear and unopened)Purses, but none larger than 12” in any dimension (subject to search)Baby/diaper bags – only if accompanied by a child (subject to search)Small cameras – none equipped with detachable lenses or lenses of 6” or more **Binoc...More >>
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