Keyword: Louisville Courier-Journal

  • ESPN Drops Live Kentucky Oaks Coverage

    The ESPN network has dropped its live coverage of the May 1 Kentucky Oaks (gr. I) at Churchill Downs, but the race coverage will be shown on the Bravo network, which is owned by NBC.

  • Courier-Journal Takes Internet Eclipse

    The National Thoroughbred Racing Association, Daily Racing Form and the National Turf Writers Association announced Dec. 31 that the Web site courier-journal.com of the Louisville Courier-Journal has won the 2008 Media Eclipse Award in the Audio and Multi-Media Internet category for its three-part series on injuries to race horses, which appeared on its site from Aug. 16-18, 2008.

  • Michael Clevenger's Eclipse Award-winning photo.

    Eclipse Awards to Keeneland Library, Courier-Journal Photographer

    The National Thoroughbred Racing Association announced Tuesday that the new Keeneland library, one of the world's largest public-access repositories for information related to Thoroughbred horseracing and the Thoroughbred breed, has been selected to receive a Special Eclipse Award.

  • Leonard Coleman, new Churchill Downs director.

    Coleman Appointed to Churchill Downs Board of Directors

    Leonard S. Coleman Jr. has been appointed to the Churchill Downs Incorporated board of directors. Coleman, who currently serves as president of the Newark Sports & Entertainment Inc., is best known as the former president of Major League Baseball's National League from 1994-1999.

  • Churchill Downs Moving Closer to Slot Advocacy

    Churchill Downs executives say they are not advocating slot machines at Kentucky racetracks, but at a meeting Monday track president Alex Waldrop made a strong pitch for alternative gaming. Waldrop said alternative gaming was the best long-term solution to keep the racing industry in Kentucky growing, according to <i>Louisville Courier-Journal.</i>