Wagering selections for the Breeders' Cup Classic.
The top three finishers in the Kentucky Derby were doing fine Monday, and all appear headed to Pimlico in Baltimore.
U.A.E. Derby winner Mubtaahij will remain in the United States to aim for the June 6 Belmont Stakes.
Surgery to remove an ankle chip will sideline International Star through the remainder of the Triple Crown season.
Upon further evaluation of sidelined Louisiana Derby winner International Star, veterinarians have diagnosed a hairline fracture in his left knee.
Trainer Arnaud Delacour said Lexington Stakes winner Divining Rod remains on target to make his next start in the Preakness Stakes.
Trainer Bob Baffert said Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah and third-place finisher Dortmund would both run back in the May 16 Preakness.
Dame Dorothy ran down champion Judy the Beauty to upset the Humana Distaff and score the first G1 win of her career.
Kerwin Clark's biggest career win initially left him tearful, reflective and eventually grateful.
After American Pharoah's win in the Kentucky Derby, the Triple Crown chase is now about the black cats lurking.
American Pharoah, ridden by Victor Espinoza and trained by Bob Baffert, held off Firing Line down the stretch to win the 141st Kentucky Derby on Saturday at Churchill Downs.
There are so many things throughout Kentucky Derby week that make it such a special event. And all those moments lead to the opening of the starting gate in the Run for the Roses.
Here are some reasons to bet on all twenty horses in Saturday's 141st Kentucky Derby.
Kentucky Derby favorite American Pharoah outraced Firing Line and Dortmund down the stretch to win the 141st Run for the Roses.
If trainer Bob Baffert has a favorite between American Pharoah and Dortmund for Saturday's Kentucky Derby, he isn't giving any tells as to which one.
American Pharoah was made the early 5-2 favorite for the 141st Kentucky Derby, with Dortmund the second choice in the full field of 20 horses, giving trainer Bob Baffert the top two choices.
The fiercely competitive horsemen of the East and West consider the Triple Crown a chance to prove themselves in an annual bi-coastal rivalry.