The action of the past week saw some stocks rise and some fall with respect to the Breeders’ Cup. Here’s our take on who’s hot and who’s not.
As one of the Authentic skeptics going into the Kentucky Derby (G1), I put my hand up for misjudging his ability to carry his high speed for the duration of the 1 1/4-mile classic.
A pair of Grade 1 races on Labor Day will bring down the curtain on the 2020 summer race meets at Del Mar and Saratoga.
An excellent field of nine talented sophomores will travel 1-mile on the main surface in Saturday’s $500,000 Pat Day Mile (G2) at Churchill Downs.
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.
Bob Baffert, Todd Pletcher, John Shirreffs, and Barclay Tagg have combined to win nine Kentucky Derbys. A tenth triumph could be just around the corner.
Hall of Fame jockeys Mike Smith and John Velazquez, both previous winners of the Kentucky Derby, will journey to Louisville to ride high-profile mounts in 2020.
Of the two boutique summer meets, Del Mar arguably is hosting the more interesting of the graded stakes on Saturday — from a betting perspective that is. Here are horses I’ll be…
Authentic’s Haskell Stakes victory Saturday may have eroded his faith among Kentucky Derby futures bettors. But he gained new Breeders’ Cup ground in early wagering.
The $1,000,000 Haskell S. (G1) will be run Saturday as race 12 at Monmouth Park. The 1 1/8-mile race is for 3-year-olds and is part of the 2020 Road to the Kentucky Derby series.
Del Mar’s summer season once again features several Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” events, but the unprecedented COVID-19 calendar makes the seaside track a player on the Road to the Kentucky Derby as well.
Uncle Chuck has the right bloodlines on his side. Almost any way you slice it, his pedigree is filled with the speed and stamina essential for success.