Our reporter in the infield brings you the best thing about a rainy Derby.
Photos from the ground floor of Churchill Downs
Photos from the sixth floor of Churcill Downs
Todd Pletcher's horse rallied to beat Hot Cha Cha.
U.S. Senate candidate, crown prince of the Kentucky proletariat, takes in the sport of kings
Julien Leparoux opened the Kentucky Derby Day stakes card with a victory aboard Buckleupbuttercup in the $100,000 Grade III Eight Belles for three-year old fillies on the sloppy main track.
It might be a mother of a Derby weather-wise, so why not go with a mudder? Here's a look a some of the best mudders in the field.
It's hard to place bets for your friends with all that yapping...
In a thrilling photo finish, Blind Luck with Rafael Bejarano aboard captured the lilies by a nose
Scouring the program for that Derby winner...
Does rain make mint grow faster?
Teaser: The forecast still isn't great, but it's better than what it was