Although Dean Martini isn’t nominated to the Triple Crown, the up-and-coming gelding burst onto the Kentucky Derby scene in a big way.
With Tiz the Law the only Grade 1 winner in the 10 horse field pegged at 6-5 on the morning line for on Saturday, how should we bet the Belmont Stakes?
Belmont Stakes odds and trends Tiz The Law is on the verge of making some Triple Crown history even before the gates fly open Saturday for the 152nd running of the Belmont…
The Triple Crown season has been turned upside down. Here are some things to consider for the adjusted 2020 Belmont.
Triple Crowns create indelible memories. So do the near-misses. And they are not limited to North America.
The biggest development came on Thursday when the undefeated Arkansas Derby (G1) winner Nadal suffered a condylar fracture during a morning workout, an injury that will likely prompt his retirement.
Saturdays during the meet will be particularly stakes-heavy, including the Independence Day program on July 4 which features the Metropolitan (G1) and Manhattan (G1), normally Belmont Stakes Day features, as well as the 1 1/4-mile Suburban (G2).
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?
Handicappers with a penchant for analyzing racing history will have an edge in predicting the outcome of the Triple Crown Showdown.
In a race where the contenders are nearly impossible to separate, versatility and human elements will play vital roles en route to coming out victorious.
When the Kentucky Derby ran in June. 1945 proved a record season for Thoroughbred racing with nearly $1.4 billion wagered following the lifting of the ban.