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THE RAILBIRD

$32.00
From the Rail, to the Clubhouse, and everywhere in between - There is a little bit of Railbird in all of us!

26 ACRES

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For those young and old, wild and reserved, racing faithful and casual observer alike - the "Infield" at the Kentucky Derby is the stuff of legend. Click here to learn more! *Before placing your order, please carefully...

First Saturday

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Rich with history dating back to the first running in 1875, the Kentucky Derby has been held annually on the First Saturday in May since 1946.  Click here to learn more about this great american tradition! *Before placing your order,...

THE MINT JULEP

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The “official" drink of the Kentucky Derby, it is said that mint was planted outside the clubhouse of Churchill Downs so that Mint Juleps could be served at the first Derby in 1865. Today, while there are variations on this iconic cocktail...

THE POST POSITION

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These familiar saddle cloth colors, which identify post position, are almost universal at race tracks across North America. The colors are helpful for the announcer, owner, trainer, and fans alike, to identify the order of horses throughout the race,...

THE 1863

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With the help of a few friends, he created what we consider to be the greatest place on earth. Thank you John...

THE TRAVERS CANOE

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The origin of the blue canoe, which sits in a lake in the infield of Saratoga Racecourse, has long been disputed. According to local legend, the canoe provided unlucky bettors with transportation back home to New York City via the Hudson River. However,...

THE WIRE

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The wire is the setting for some of racing's best moments. Where victory and defeat, for horses and bettors alike, are juggled in fractions of a second...  

THE GRAVEYARD

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Man o’ War. Gallant Fox. Secretariat. American Pharoah.   Poor Start? Sloppy Track? Gifted Foe? Unfavorable Pace?   Depends who you ask….   One thing is certain - many of the most significant upsets in Horse Racing...

THE WEATHERVANE

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In 1909, an ornamental iron was placed atop the weathervane on the Pimlico Race Course Clubhouse and painted the jockey silk colors of that year's Preakness Stakes winner. This unique tradition continues to this day. That bird’s eye view has...