With the serious work over, it was a quiet morning on the backside of Pimlico Race Course early May 16 as connections of Xpressbet.com Preakness Stakes (gr. I) awaited the second leg of the Triple Crown.
Claire Novak with an Oct. 31 update on Breeders' Cup Friday at Santa Anita Park.
Today Show weatherman Al Roker gives Blood-Horse readers his Derby forecast. watch video
Kentucky Derby day 135 dawned with a steady, sometimes heavy rain, and a temperature of 53 degrees in Louisville, Ky., on the morning of May 2.
The song says the sun shines bright on my old Kentucky home, but there is no sun shining Kentucky Oaks morning, and the weather is the big topic of conversation.
As you handicap this year's Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I), you better ask yourself not only who can get a mile and a quarter, but who can do so on an off track.
With the forecast calling for a severe winter storm, Aqueduct's live racing card for Feb. 22, has been canceled.
As the gates opened at Churchill Downs on Kentucky Oaks day, the key was not the field for the race but the weather forecast.
Should you adjust your handicapping for this year's Derby to decide who you think might run best on an off track? Well...maybe.
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