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Governor Fletcher Derby 2004

2004 Governor's Kentucky Derby Celebration

The events surrounding the 130th running of the Kentucky Derby showcased Kentucky's great tradition of thoroughbred racing. Click here to view some of the photos that captured the moments...

2004 Gov's Derby Breakfast

2004 Kentucky Derby

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The Poster

2004 Kentucky Derby Poster

Governor’s Derby Breakfast Poster Captures Race’s Drama, Color

It is only fitting that the drama and color of the Kentucky Derby is captured in this year’s official Governor’s Derby Breakfast poster. The poster features a vivid photo by famed Kentucky photographer James Archambeault.

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The Derby Breakfast Menu:

country ham,
scrambled eggs,
cheese grits,
fruit juices,

Kentucky Visions 2004

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Kentucky Craft Marketing Program

Twenty-eight juried participants of the Kentucky Craft Marketing Program (KCMP) will join the festivities for the 2004 Governor’s Derby Breakfast, scheduled for May 1 from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.  All activities will be held on the Capitol grounds and are free and open to the public.

KCMP craft exhibitors will line both sides of Capitol Avenue in colorful festive tents and will stay open for business until 12 noon.

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Other Activities

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Hot Air Balloon Rides

Downtown Frankfort

Fun Facts

Capitol Grounds

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