Before the races, Guy Fieri said "you can't beat a hot brown."
His trip to Louisville made him want to come back for his television show. "When you find a town with a lot of culture," he said, "diners usually follow."
The night before the races, he ate at Vincenzo's. (not a diner)
"We had some pasta," Fieri said. "We had some Caesar salad."
He said he was going to bet on horses No. 3 and No. 12 -- Mr. Hot Stuff and General Quarters -- after his children's ages.
Too bad he didn't bet on Mine That Bird, eh? at 50:1 -- Yowsers!