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Derby favorite tosses rider following workout Stevens gives Anees a little Hall of Fame help Godolphin horses arrive in Kentucky Mayne: Can Pegasus win it in the paddock? The world can't get enough of American culture, if you can call it that. Much of it is stupid, instant and recycled, but that only makes it more appealing.
Sex, violence and materialism are its holy trinity, and corporate logos its icons. You can't beat our special effects or cool graphics, either. When it comes to staging events that are larger than life, the USA can't be topped, either.
In a world where the average attention span is getting shorter by the day, it makes sense that a two-minute animal act is our most fascinating national festival. For a riveting spectacle, you can't match the Kentucky Derby. As the humorist Irvin S. Cobb said, "Until you've been to the Kentucky Derby, you ain't never been nowhere and you ain't never seen nothin'. The Derby is a glorious rite of spring that never gets old, a tidal wave of energy and emotion that sweeps away logic and restraint.
It's all about excess, sentimentality and going for glory. The mint julep, the official drink of the Kentucky Derby, sounds a lot better than it tastes. For those of you who will be partying at home as you watch your horses finish up the track in America's Race, here's the recipe: Start by making simple syrup -- a cup of cold water, two cups of sugar.
Boil the sugar and water for five minutes, let it cool and add mint leaves. Let the syrup "brew" for 12 hours, then stir and strain to remove the mint. Mix two shots of bourbon with one shot of simple syrup and pour into a glass filled with crushed ice.