So please enjoy “One Red Rose: The Green Kid on Middleground Plucks a Derby Trophy,” which ran on May 6, 1950.
It was Derby Day when Clarissa came home to find her mother dead.
And that was the turning point to where I was like, OK, Derby first and everything else after.
It would be the first time an Oaks and Derby winner would face off in the Preakness.
However astute she may remain in her old age on picking Derby winners.
Derby sat near his charge, who showed no signs of returning consciousness.
The latest proprietor of those times was James, Earl of Derby.
The Earl of Derby, notwithstanding his fine and gentlemanly bearing, comes in for his share of the Punch caricature.
But about the Derby, I have reasons for wishing to win that race, reasons other than the money.
The Leveretts were at their breakfast in the large sunny room in Derby Street.
type of hat," manufactured in U.S. 1850, name appears 1870, perhaps from annual Derby horse race in England, where this type of hat was worn. Race was begun 1780 by the 12th Earl of Derby; the name was used for any major horse race after 1875. Derby the English shire is Old English Deorby "deer village," from deor "deer" + by "habitation, homestead," from a Scandinavian source (see bylaw).