There are only two outcomes when it comes to Saturday’s Preakness Stakes.
Orb drew the unfortunate rail, taking the first post. Let’s break down the field, starting with the Kentucky Derby winner.
Morning-line favorite Orb wins the 139th Kentucky Derby.
Black Onyx has been scratched from the 139th Kentucky Derby. The field is now down to 19.
Rain and extra security measures aren’t hindering thousands of poncho-covered racing fans from filling Churchill Downs.
Honestly, I can look at the field and find a reason for 15 of the 20 horses to win.
Mint Juleps are a must when celebrating the Run for the Roses. The unique libation is intended to be sipped – not slurped – and the following New York City bars do it right.
After many months of analysis, it’s time for everyone to make their picks for the Kentucky Derby. I have been high on both Goldencents and Revolutionary for a few weeks and find no reason to jump ship now.
Entertaining expert Shawn Rabideau shows us how to impress your guests with everything from signature juleps to over-the-top hats.
This year is the first time that colts making the field in the Kentucky Derby qualified under a new points system. In years past, colts qualified based on graded stakes earnings.
Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I’ll Have Another was ailing well before he was retired from racing with a tendon injury the day ahead of his bid to win the Belmont Stakes.
J. Paul Reddam says he sold his Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner to a farm in Japan for $10 million, a price that far exceeded any amount he was offered in the United States.
Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I’ll Have Another paraded between races at Betfair Hollywood Park on Saturday, giving fans at the colt’s home track a chance to cheer him one last time before he heads off to stud.
It happened again Saturday, when Union Rags nipped the trainer’s front-running Paynter at the wire and won the Belmont Stakes.
I’ll Have Another retired from racing on Friday, and the decision has everything to do with economics.