Midnight Bourbon and Charlie’s Penny have emerged as Kentucky Derby and Oaks contenders with barely more than 100 days remaining until the great races.
Impressive performances on the Road to the Kentucky Derby and Road to the Kentucky Oaks were par for the course over the first three days of 2021.
A pair of Road to the Kentucky Derby prep races took place last week, and the results couldn’t have been more different from a visual perspective.
The Road to the Kentucky Derby made a stop at Aqueduct last week, where a pair of exciting 2-year-olds pulled well clear of their rivals in the Remsen (G2).
Thanksgiving week was a busy one on the Road to the Kentucky Derby and the Road to the Kentucky Oaks, here is what happened…
The annual TwinSpires Kentucky Derby Betting Guide is now available as a free download!
It’s our annual Kentucky Oaks Roundtable as Jason is joined by Gino Buccola and Peter Aiello to talk about the Oaks race, the contenders, and more!
Kentucky Oaks has a tantalizing showdown looming between Gamine and Swiss Skydiver, a brilliant filly vs one that has conquered all.
An excellent field of seven 3-year-old fillies will run 1 1/4 miles over the Saratoga main surface on Saturday in the $500,000 Alabama (G1).
The $500,000 Alabama S. (G1) will be run Saturday at Saratoga. The 1 1/4-mile dirt race is part of the 2020 Road to the Kentucky Oaks series.
The talented speedster Swiss Skydiver has won a bevy of graded stakes races against 3-year-old fillies this year, emerging as one of the favorites to win the Sept. 4 Kentucky Oaks (G1).
With the Blue Grass Stakes, Indiana Derby, Ashland and Santa Anita Oaks…there is plenty to discuss on the Road to the Kentucky Derby.