Although Kentucky Derby contender La Perouse hails from Japan, you don’t have to dig deep to find U.S. Triple Crown stars in his pedigree.
“All other 3-year-old males” remained the 6-5 favorite in Pool 1 of the 2021 Kentucky Derby Future Wager (KDFW), Life Is Good plunged from a 15-1 morning line to close as the 5-1 individual choice.
Four tips for a Breeders’ Cup return to Keeneland. What can we learn from the previous running of the 14 races at Keenelan in 2015?
Gary Barber’s Get Her Number earned an automatic berth to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) on November 7 with a three-parts of a length triumph in the $301,000 American Pharoah.
With the Kentucky Derby running the first Saturday of September, contenders have been given four more months of physical and mental development.
Handicappers received a stunning surprise on July 8 when the unheralded Danon Pharaoh posted a nearly 40-1 upset in the Japan Dirt Derby at Oi Racecourse.
The two-turn Japan Dirt Derby filled with 13 colts and featuring Cafe Pharoah is scheduled for 7:05 a.m. ET and is available on TwinSpires!
With Cafe Pharoah named as an individual betting interest in this weekend’s Pool 5 of the KDFW, Japan’s newest dirt star heading to Churchill Downs just got a little more tangible.
The 13 Triple Crown winners will match-up on Saturday in a computer simulated race. Here is my take on each runner in the hypothetical field.
Post positions and morning-line odds have been revealed for the 13 Triple Crown race winners, and I will analyze the field in order of selection:
In advance of Saturday’s widely-anticipated virtual Kentucky Derby, let’s review every Triple Crown winner and chart the pros and cons offered by their race records and running styles.
In the all star Triple Crown Showdown Kentucky Derby – what horses would you use to build a ice cold Superfecta?