Equestrian fans around the world will be tuned in on Saturday, May 5, for the 144th running of the Kentucky Derby – arguably, one of the most famous races on the circuit and the definitely in the US. While the field of 20 and the
Skeet shooting is a rising American sport, tracing its roots back to Massachusetts where, in 1920, a group of fowl hunters developed a way to practice their shots. Clay plates are mechanically fired into the air at a variety of angles from two opposing locations.
Whether you attended the Kentucky Derby or a watch party this year, there is one drink you almost certainly enjoyed. Perhaps no cocktail is more closely associated with the Kentucky Derby than the mint julep. Although it was made famous at the Kentucky Derby, this
Saturday April 7, 2018 saw the inaugural Georgia Steeplechase race. An ambitious project taken on by Anthony-Scott and Phoebe Hobbs, who were unwilling to let a 52-year tradition die, Georgia Steeplechase was a blending of the old and new. Although keeping a tradition alive, this