Let’s play Pyramid! Here is your first subject; ready, go: unraced two-year-olds, horses exiting the U.A.E. Derby, horses with no experience beyond 1 1/16 miles. Answer: Horses I’d never bet to win the Kentucky Derby. Assuming Dazzling Gem doesn’t make the gate, there won’t be any unraced two-...|
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Undefeated champion Nyquist jogged a mile on Sunday at Churchill Downs. It was the likely Kentucky Derby favorite’s first time training beneath the Twin Spires, and trainer Doug O’Neil said “He went great.” O’Neill probably isn’t the most impartial observer, but he did look relaxed walking back to...|
Want all of your 2016 Kentucky Derby workout videos in one place? Well, TwinSpires.com has you covered! Keep checking back as we add more videos from Churchill Downs of Kentucky Derby contenders working out under the famed Twin Spires! Exaggerator Brody's Cause Nyquist Tom's Ready...|
This past Wednesday, April 27, we switched our spot plays via Twitter to Hoosier Park’s current evening meeting. We noted only four races and in each of them we were defeated by the public choices, though all of our horses showed some spunk during their performances and at our kind of odds. We...|
Toews on Ice stormed to the lead leaving the far turn and comfortably proved best in Saturday’s $100,000 William Walker, scoring by two lengths over a sloppy track at Churchill Downs. David Lopez was up on the Bob Baffert-trained 3-year-old colt and Toews on Ice completed six furlongs in 1:10.91....|
It’s opening night at Churchill Downs, and while it’s impossible not to think about the Kentucky Derby and Oaks next week, there is still a challenging 11-race card tonight, and if you like handicapping an off track then that’s all the more reason to play. My ABC grid is at the bottom of this post...|
Your longshot entry in the Kentucky Derby (G1) has just finished up the track, perhaps in a better-than-expected effort but more likely a highly disappointing one. Are there brighter days ahead and will he ever prove himself a top-class performer? The odds are still somewhat stacked against your...|
Edited press release Kentucky Oaks (G1) candidate Weep No More, winner of the Ashland (G1) in her most recent start, worked a half-mile Saturday morning at Churchill Downs in :49.60 before 6 a.m. (EDT) with jockey Corey Lanerie aboard for trainer Rusty Arnold. Working on her own, Weep No...|