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Kentucky Derby 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Damian Lane could win the Kentucky Derby

    This may be a long shot, or maybe not, but Australia’s Damian Lane could win the Gr 1 Kentucky Derby this year. Yep, I hear you laughing, but if the dominoes fall into place he could. This is how. Tomorrow he rides the $2.90 favourite CAFE PHAROAH (American Pharoah-Mary’s Follies)… Read More »

     
  • Kentucky Derby will allow spectators

    The Kentucky Derby, which was rescheduled for September 5 due to coronavirus, will allow spectators onto the grounds to watch the Run for the Roses even as COVID-19 infections surge across parts of the United States, Churchill Downs Racetrack says. “Our team is deeply committed to holding the very best… Read More »

     
  • Is the Kentucky Derby a Breeders’ Cup prep

    In this COVIT changing world of international racing has the 146th Kentucky Derby of 1¼ miles become a ‘prep’ for the Breeders’ Cup World Championship at Keeneland on 6,7 January, now 9 weeks later. To be run at Churchill Downs on Saturday 5 September, the Kentucky Derby offers the best… Read More »

     
  • Potential superstar Russian Camelot worth $45million

    Australia’s latest wonder horse, RUSSIAN CAMELOT, is worth $45million, should he go and win the Kentucky Derby. And being Northern Hemisphere bred, plus, now thanks to the pandemic, the great race has been pushed back to 5 September, winning is highly possible. But unlikely,” said one of his part-owners, Dan… Read More »

     
  • Is Charlatan shaping up for a Triple Crown tilt?

    Is undefeated Arkansas Derby winner Charlatan heading for Triple Crown and Breeders’ Cup glory for trainer Boib Baffer, with news that Hill’n’Dale has purchase the star colts ‘breeding rights.’ “Horses with Charlatan’s immense ability combined with superior pedigree and conformation are a very rare community,” said John G Sikura, President… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Secretariat wins the virtual Kentucky Derby

    Secretariat has won the virtual Kentucky Derby against 12 fellow Triple Crown winners, 47 years after the chestnut colt won the real race at Churchill Downs. The 1-1/4-mile (2000m) race featuring computer-generated imagery was held on Saturday (Sunday AEST), the same day the 146th Derby had been scheduled until it… Read More »

     
  • Secretariat favourite to win virtual Kentucky Derby

    Secretariat is the 7-2 favourite for the virtual Kentucky Derby, an animated race featuring all 13 Triple Crown winners on the day the Derby would have been held before the coronavirus pandemic forced its postponement. The virtual Derby will use computer-generated imagery of the 13 horses running the 1-1/4-mile (2000m)… Read More »

     
  • Bob Baffert heads Arkansas Derby

    They say ‘it’s unprecedented in American racing history’ that this 84th Arkansas Derby will again be run in two divisions, the first in 1960, with Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert having both race favourites. As 7/5 race favourite in Division 1 the unbeaten Bob Baffert trained Charlatan who has… Read More »

     
  • NBC to televise virtual Kentucky Derby

    Horse racing fans who have debated whether Secretariat would have beaten Sir Barton, if Assault was faster than Affirmed, will get an answer of sorts soon. NBC will televise the virtual Kentucky Derby on May 2, the day this year’s Classic would have been run if not for the coronavirus… Read More »

     
  • World’s biggest race meets affected by coronavirus

    Yesterday France announced that all racing in that country will be suspended until at least 15 April. In contrast, it is expected today that Racing NSW CEO, Peter V’Landys will announce that the Autumn Carnival in Sydney will go ahead – but behind close doors. Oh, and the Japanese runners… Read More »

     
  • Kentucky Derby winner War Emblem dies

    War Emblem, the 2002 Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner, has died aged 21. He had been at Old Friends Farm, a thoroughbred retirement centre since 2015 after returning from stud in Japan. Officials say the cause of death is believed to be a paddock accident, but exact details are not… Read More »

     
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  • Churchill Downs to use new starting gate

    A new custom-made 20-stall starting gate made in Australia will be in place for this year’s Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs to ensure a uniform start for the largest field in American horse racing. The gate, which is being designed and constructed by Australian-based Steriline Racing, will eliminate the wide… Read More »

     
  • Maximum Security’s disqualification lawsuit dismissed

    A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by the owners of Maximum Security seeking to challenge the decision to disqualify their horse as the winner of the Kentucky Derby. Owners Gary and Mary West wanted the U S District Court in the Eastern District of Kentucky to reverse the stewards’… Read More »

     
  • Trainer denies giving Triple Crown winner a banned substance

    Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert has denied giving Triple Crown winner Justify a banned substance which caused a positive test before last year’s Kentucky Derby and blamed the result on contaminated food. Baffert said in a statement he “unequivocally” rejects the implication he would give Justify or any other… Read More »

     
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  • Maximum Security beaten in New Jersey

    Maximum Security has been beaten in his first start since being disqualified as the winner of the Kentucky Derby. The colt lined up at Monmouth Park in New Jersey on Sunday (Monday AEST) as the overwhelming favourite but was beaten by King For A Day. He stumbled slightly at the… Read More »

     
  • Kentucky Derby incident a catalyst for rule changes?

    Is it fair to say, as Bob Dylan once did, ‘that the answer is blowing in the wind’? Certainly when it comes to horse racing rules, the winds of change are very, very close and North American racing actually needed the upheaval that occurred at the recent Kentucky Derby to… Read More »

     
  • Maximum Security owner’s $20m challenge

    The owner of disqualified Kentucky Derby winner, Maximum Security, has so much confidence in his horse he has issued a $20 million challenge to several rivals. Gary West is offering $5 million each to the owners of Country House, War Of Will, Long Range Toddy and Bodexpress if any of… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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