Hope everyone is enjoying the Labor Day weekend safely. Today, the 2020 edition of the Kentucky Derby was run in Louisville. The Derby usually takes place in the first Saturday in May (the first leg of the Triple Crown), but because virus, the Derby was moved to September, the first time since 1945 (because Hitler). It's also the first time since 1931 that the Derby was not the first leg of the Triple Crown (because 1931?); the Belmont Stakes was run back in June.
There was no audience for the race, so no fancy hats and mint juleps, unless you're at home...but if that's the case you can wear fancy hats and drink mint juleps anytime you want.