When and where to watch the 2018 Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks
Kentucky Derby Week is upon us, but not everyone can make the trip to Louisville, Kentucky, to partake in the festivities.
Nobody has to feel left out, though, as multiple events will be broadcast both on online and through network television.
First up on Monday is the Post Position Draw for the 144th running of the Kentucky Oaks (G1). It will take place between 11-11:30 a.m. (ET), including Churchill Downs oddsmaker Mike Battaglia assigning the morning line.
The same format will be in place on Tuesday when the Post Position Draw for the 144th edition of the Kentucky Derby (G1) gets underway at 11 a.m.
Fans can watch both events live, either on www.KentuckyDerby.com or various other local and national channels.
The following graphic lays out the Kentucky Derby Week schedule. For fans wishing to see past workouts of the Derby contenders, simply click here.