Trainer John Sadler hopes for a miracle for Line of David.
John Sadler trains Sidney's Candy, owned by Sid and Jenny Craig (yes, that Jenny Craig). The question is, "Will they taste victory?"
Over the last few days, I've done some completely unscientific surveys of Louisvillians. I've heard about people's favorite festivals, their opinions on Oaks versus Derby, and the craziest things they've seen on the infield. Before I share the love, I'm giving the other side a little equal opportunity time. Let's hear what the Derby Haters have to say and why.
Four routes will take you within walking distance of the track on Oaks and Derby days
In the 2010 Woodford Reserve Kentucky Derby bottle, not only will you find some of the world’s finest bourbon, but you’ll also find one of the world’s best equestrian artists. And, she’s one of Louisville’s own.
Farmington fete combines local traditions with the spirit of the new
Love the festivities of Derby? Want to host a party of your own? Here are some tips on how to do it up proper.
Avoid these streets on Friday and Saturday
With the exception of a fifth-place finish in the Arkansas Derby on April 10th, Noble's Promise (trained by Kenneth McPeek) has placed in the money in all of his eight starts, including three wins last year.
A list of street closings and no-parking areas for Thursday, April 29
Stay safe Friday night by visiting www.millerlitefreerides.com, calling 800 FREE RIDES (800-373-3743) or texting “FREE RIDE” to 30364.
With the departure of Eskendereya from the field, Lookin At Lucky, with Garret Gomez aboard, is likely to be the favorite for Saturday's 136th Kentucky Derby.