Borel takes the rail to win his third Kentucky Derby out of the last four.
Bo-Rail does it again; Trainer Todd Pletcher gets first Derby win!
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.
In a an exciting duel, Blind Luck overtakes Evening Jewel to win the $500,000 Added Grade I Kentucky Oaks.
Son of Prime Timber out of River Princess runs five furlongs over the "firm" Matt Winn Turf Course in 0:55.54.
Two sportswriting hacks, a local radio "personality", a preschooler, and a professional turf writer/handicapper enter a Battle Royale of Handicapping for the 25 races of the Oaks and Derby cards. Who will come out on top?
A rundown of the post positions and profiles of every horse entered in Kentucky Derby 136
Lose your shirt in the infield, not at the betting window. Here are some common-sense strategies for having fun at the track without breaking the bank.
Todd Pletcher's Mission Impazible needs to build on his Louisiana Derby rally-to-win performance.
Check out our updated rankings of the horses in Kentucky Derby 136 following Wednesday's post position draw.
John Sadler trains Sidney's Candy, owned by Sid and Jenny Craig (yes, that Jenny Craig). The question is, "Will they taste victory?"
Todd Pletcher-trained Eskendereya, early favorite, is out of the Derby.