Bob Baffert trained American Pharoah showed his dominance by winning the Arkansas Derby, continuing to ride strong momentum into May’s Kentucky Derby.
Divining Rod won the 2015 Grade 3, $250,000 Lexington Stakes to earn 10 more points on the Road to the Kentucky Derby. Check the results and prices here.
20 horses qualify for the Kentucky Derby. Here is a look at the updated point standings, including the top 30, and which horses can contend come early May.
Dortmund remained undefeated and won the 77th Santa Anita Derby. Two of the last three winners of the Santa Anita Derby have gone on to win the Kentucky Derby.
Carpe Diem won the 78th running of the Blue Grass Stakes. The race has produced 23 Kentucky Derby winners and Carpe Diem will be a heavy favorite in early May.
Frosted won the 91st Wood Memorial at Aqueduct Race Track, helping the thoroughbred on the Road to the Kentucky Derby.
The 2015 Kentucky Derby is just over a month away, which means that this month’s Stakes races will separate the contenders in the field from the pretenders.
In 2012, Horse Racing implemented a schedule and tiered-points system to determine the 20 horses that would compete in the Kentucky Derby annually in May.
The 141st running of the Kentucky Derby is Saturday, May 2, at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. Click here to get all the important race information.
American Pharoah is the early favorite to win the 2015 Kentucky Derby, followed closely by Dortmund. Click here for the odds and other important info for the Derby.
The Bovada released early odds for the horses that are still eligible to run in the 2015 Kentucky Derby.
Shared Belief, an unbeaten horse owned by sports talk show host Jim Rome, is the favorite in Saturday night’s Breeders’ Cup Classic.
Let’s take a look at the field for Saturday night’s Breeders’ Cup Classic, which includes Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome.
The best thoroughbreds in the world are going at it Friday and Saturday at the Breeders’ Cup. Here’s a look at the event in photos.
The best horses in the world will compete Friday and Saturday in the Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita Park. Here’s how to watch.