October 25-28, 2024
Hyatt Regency Tamaya | Santa Ana Pueblo, NM


Spouse Companion Program

Hatitude at the Kentucky Derby Museum (Saturday 10:00 – 11:30 AM)

Let the Derby experts from the Kentucky Derby Museum help you top off your Louisville experience and create your very own personally designed Kentucky Derby hat or fascinator. We provide a range of hat styles ... big brimmed hats, small brimmed hats, fascinators, and more. We also provide ribbons, bows, flowers, feathers, staff assistance and all the fanfare - you provide the style!
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Lunch at the Old Talbott Tavern (Saturday 12:15 – 1:30 PM)

The Old Talbott was built in 1779 and has been called the oldest western stagecoach stop in America. It was a haven of hospitality to those sturdy pioneers who carved an empire out of the threatening wilderness. From its simple, rough beginnings the tavern mellowed with the years, typifying the gracious living than burgeoned in the Old South. The cooking was done in two fireplaces in the rear of the original section. Traces remain of the staircase to the loft where men were housed in one room of two rooms, and women in the other. The Tavern is located at the crossroads of the young west, where the Post roads, North, East, South, and West met, caused every stagecoach to stop at its door. Here the grateful passenger found cheer and warmth, while horses were changed for the long trip ahead.
Go to Talbott Tavern web site

Lux Row Distillers (Saturday 2:00 – 3:15 PM)

With over 18,000 square feet, 10 barrel warehouses at capacity and a 43-foot custom copper still, Lux Row Distillers is capable of producing 3 million gallons of spirit per year. When our new facility is fully complete, we will have the composite to process 50 thousand barrels of whiskey annually. With this location producing Rebel Bourbon, Ezra Brooks, David Nicholson, Daviess County and Blood Oath, Lux Row Distillers is a must see on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. It is our pleasure to welcome you to Lux Row Distillers.
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Dinner at Ramsi's (Saturday 6:00 – 8:00 PM)

Indulge your wanderlust! Our eclectic dining room is full of art and artifacts from the Kamar family's travels around the globe. It mirrors the diverse international flavors on the menu. Every detail was created to take you along on the journey. Casual by design, Ramsi's Café on the World is an easy place to take an exotic trip. No passport required.
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Maddox & Rose
(Sunday 10:00 AM – Noon)

When you arrive at our space, we welcome you to pick a spot and make yourself at home. We have over 80 scents for you to choose from; so, once you get settled feel free to start smelling! You can select your own vessel for your custom candle. (If you're interested in scenting something else as well, we offer a variety of other home and body products.) The pouring process takes about 45 minutes - 1 1/2 hours, and the candles take a minimum of 1 hour to harden. Feel free to enjoy conversation and a glass of wine in the meantime.
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Frazier Museum (Sunday 12:30 – 2:30 PM)

Where the world meets Kentucky.
An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the Frazier documents stories from history using artifacts, exhibitions, and guided tours led by a talented staff of educators. Founded in 2004 by local philanthropist Owsley Brown Frazier, the Frazier was originally called the Frazier Historical Arms Museum; it subsequently rebranded with a focus on the state of Kentucky, adopting the slogan "where the world meets Kentucky." Subjects of permanent exhibitions include the pop culture of Kentucky, the history of Kentucky, Bourbon whiskey, and Lewis and Clark. The Frazier houses of one of the largest collections of toy soldiers and historical miniatures on permanent public display in the world, The Stewart Collection, donated by Charles Stewart of Frankfort. In 2018, the Frazier became the official starting point of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail®.
Go to Frazier Museum web site

Evening Out at Churchill Downs
(Sunday 5:00 – 10:00 PM)

The Kentucky Derby Museum is one of the region's premier attractions, celebrating the tradition, history, hospitality, and pride of the world-renowned event that is the Kentucky Derby. The Museum's exhibits tell the story of how the Kentucky Derby got its start, going back to the first Derby in 1875. Displayed are unique artifacts ranging from early fashion pieces to winning Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas' trophies and artwork entrusted to the Museum in 2017. Each year, the Museum welcomes over 240,000 visitors from across the U.S. and around the world. CONSULT guests will experience a 30-minute guided historic walking tour at Churchill Downs Racetrack, sip mint juleps, get their heart racing and emotions soaring watching the Museum's signature 18-minute movie, "The Greatest Race" on a 360°, 4K high-resolution screen and enjoy a wonderful dinner on the patio. Following dinner will be a most special and enjoyable race activity.
Go to Derby Museum web site

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