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Four months later than expected, it’s finally Kentucky Derby week at Churchill Downs. Here are five things to know about this unprecedented and (hopefully) unique renewal of the Run for the Roses.
When handicapping the Kentucky Derby, it makes sense to ask who’s coming in hot and who’s cooling off. After all, eight of the last ten Derby winners won their final prep.
With the Kentucky Derby running the first Saturday of September, contenders have been given four more months of physical and mental development.
Traffic trouble can be an issue in the 1 1/4-mile event, and we can predict early positioning based upon past performances.
For the unprecedented move to September, we have a lot to think about as the field today looks much different than the beginning of the Road to the Kentucky Derby a year…
As discussions intensify around the Kentucky Derby, Handicapper Ed DeRosa, is feeling as optimistic as ever that he’s identified the winner.
Slowly but surely, the Kentucky Derby field is coming into focus. And one by one, jockeys are being named to ride each prospective Derby starter. With 2 1/2 weeks remaining until the…
Take your first look at the top 20 contenders by point totals for the 2020 Kentucky Derby.
With the Road to the Kentucky Derby complete, the Derby contenders are busy turning in pre-race workouts at tracks across the country.
Tiz the Law registered a 115 Brisnet Speed rating for winning the Travers (G1) on Aug. 8, the top figure since the Kentucky Derby’s points-based system was introduced
Unless Honor A. P. or a wild card comes through, this will be the second year in a row that California is denied a photo op with the big floral horseshoe.