Charter Bus Service to Visit Louisville, Kentucky, the World Famous Horse Race Center.


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Are ready for Kentucky Derby? Known as, “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports” Kentucky Derby is creating a whole lot of commotion and excitement in town. Kentucky Derby is the world famous horse race held every year in Louisville, Kentucky.

That exciting day is coming really fast. Traditionally the Kentucky Derby is on the First Saturday of May every year.   Everyone is excited to go to Kentucky Derby and all are eagerly waiting for it. Every year thousands of people from within the United States and from around the world flow to this city for this famous race.

As the longest running sporting event in the United States, there are few American sporting events with the history, participation, and popularity of the Kentucky Derby. It’s rich traditions – sipping a mint julep, donning a beautiful hat, and joining fellow race fans in singing “My Old Kentucky Home” – transcend the Kentucky Derby from just a sporting event, making it a celebration of deep southern culture and making it a  true icon of the American way of life.

The history of Derby dates back to 1875. Churchill Downs, the world’s most legendary racetrack has conducted thoroughbred racing and it became America’s greatest race, the Kentucky Derby, continuously since 1875.

As America’s most famous horse race, and it generates an aura of and excitement Louisville. The excitement begins with Derby Week and climaxes with a two-minute race on Saturday, May 5 that crowns the declared champion. The race’s culmination takes place at the winner’s circle as the winning jockey holds up his gleaming trophy and a blanket of roses is draped over the champion three-year-old thoroughbred.

Promptcharters.com  is the leading charter bus rental provider for Derby. Over the past thirty years, we have transported millions of people to this wonderful race. This year also we have chartered over 1000 buses to this race. We will be bringing people from States such as Florida, Texas, Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan to this race.

 

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