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.
There are no certainties in horse racing, and if a destructive pace unfolds in the 2020 Kentucky Derby, late-running longshots could steal the show.
A total of 18 sophomores will travel 1 1/4 miles at Churchill Downs in the 146th Kentucky Derby (G1) on Saturday.
Oaklawn S. winner Mr. Big News has the pedigree to thrive racing 1 1/4 miles, but is he really cut out to be a dirt horse?
The post position and morning line odds have been established for the 146th running of the Kentucky Derby.
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Tiz the Law is expected to go favored in Pool 5 of the Kentucky Derby Future Wager (KDFW) that opens Friday at noon (EDT) and closes Sunday at 6 p.m.
Churchill Downs racing returns and here is what to expect from the spring racing schedule.
What new races were added to the Road to the Kentucky Derby and what points are they worth? How did contender workouts go?
Stay up to speed on the Road to the Kentucky Derby with a weekly roundup of all the latest news and developments.
With the Arkansas Derby move to the first Saturday in May, the Oaklawn Stakes became a hot spot for Derby hopefuls!
A baker’s dozen of sophomores will travel to the Oaklawn S. The winner, if Triple Crown nominated, will have a starting berth in the gate of the Preakness.